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Example sentences for polemic

Not that he was short of prejudice and polemic.
From satire to burlesque to allegory to polemic and back to satire, breathlessly.
This is neither a big book, nor a tough read, nor a polemic.
As polemic, rather than 'history' it works far better.
As the polemic heats up, legislators are increasingly being drawn into the fray.
The Journal does not desire to engage in a polemic editorial debate.
But I never make work that's polemic, or that has a message.
Not every post with 'Iraq' in it deserves a polemic reaction.
Honestly my biggest problem with Wired's polemic style is how the inclusive “we” is used all the time.
The whole report is like this -- this roaming thinly veiled political polemic.
But one can discern the major themes from the subtle and not-so-subtle polemic easy enough.
The root of her style is less self-revelation than polemic against the moment's status quo.
Letters that are highly polemic or personal in nature will not be published.
In free society art is not a weapon and it does not belong to the spheres of polemic and ideology.

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