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  • n  feelings of anxiety that make you tense and irritable

  • In an attempt to capitalize on what he feels is a national mood of unease and disquietude, he is calling for a "New Leadership"his ownto end the "Old Politics.
  • Despite these disturbing signs of disquietude, the President's consensus envy is such that he often seems to worry less about sustaining his support from the middle than about .
  • At its highest levels, the pitch of the argument is tuned by public disquietude over the war in Southeast Asia, and by public concern lest new foreign undertakings, veiled in .

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