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  • n  one who agitates; a political troublemaker

  • Though she herself was never actually connected with bombs bloodshed, Emma Goldman's burgeoning reputation as a fomenter of trouble led the police into many an attempt to pin .
  • Chief among them was a grey, palsied, austere, middle-aged man named Sam Adams, who was considered in his day the greatest fomenter of revolution in the world, the most hated .
  • In spite of announcement by the strike's fomenter, wild-haired, bespectacled Milo Reno, that "instructions were issued that there was not to be any picketing," John Farmer went .

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