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brainwashing

b raynwo shing

  • n  forcible indoctrination into a new set of attitudes and beliefs
  • v  persuade completely, often through coercion
  • v  submit to brainwashing; indoctrinate forcibly

  • The agency's search for the secret of brainwashing The apartments in New York City and San Francisco were tarted up with red draperies, dressing tables trimmed in black.
  • Men have always fought for control over the minds of their fellows, but it is only recentlylargely because of the furor over brainwashingthat the methods of gaining such .
  • Rather than any lefty, neo-socialist, communitarian brainwashing, President Obama's speech to your kids reads like a paean to individual striving and free market capitalism, the .
News & Articles

  • Peter Chianca: Happy Father's Day! Now get out
    A new survey shows that a full-two thirds of grown children, if forced to choose, would pick Mom over Dad to move in with them later in life. This is proof that mothers spend years brainwashing their children to prefer them over their fathers, mainly by sneakily doing most of the child rearing while the fathers are watching sports on TV.
    June 11, 2013 - Amesbury News
Quotes

  • George Romney in Guardian Unlimited
    I'd just had the greatest brainwashing that anybody can get,George Romney told a television reporter.
  • Mitt Romney in Seattle Post Intelligencer
    Answering a local TV interviewer's question about the war, Romney Sr. replied: "Well, you know when I came back from Vietnam, I had just had the greatest brainwashing that anyone can get."
  • Thomas Sowell in The Conservative Voice
    Celebrated author and columnist Thomas Sowell adds, "If sanity ever returns to the academic world, part of the credit will go to a small newspaper called Campus Report, which has exposed innumerable incidents of brainwashing replacing education on...

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