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  • n  a political leader who seeks support by appealing to popular passions and prejudices

  • To many who consider Father Coughlin an irresponsible demagog on the fringe of his church, the Congressional petition in his behalf came as something of a shock.
  • It was to crush APRA that Odria took over in 1948, but APRA leaders now claim that the party has outgrown its old socialistic, demagogic, intolerant ways.
  • Boldly to face the justice down, to use the Supreme Court dome as a demagog's thumping tub, to hurl from dem Reichsgericht a defy which reverberated throughout Europe, such .

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