grassroots : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  fundamental
    the grassroots factor in making the decision
  • s  of or involving the common people as constituting a fundamental political and economic group
    a grassroots movement for nuclear disarmament

  • His early success suggests that the Internet may prove to be the great modern means of creating grassroots momentum.
  • Soccer has been slow to catch on in China, but a few grassroots amateur leagues around Beijing are beginning to give Chinese fans hope.
  • With the incredible grassroots energy and the number of folks new to the political process, I am confident that we will not only win Minnesota's electoral votes in November, but .
News & Articles


  • Bob Crow in Journal Live
    RMT general secretary Bob Crow said: "RMT members up and down the country are leading a grassroots campaign to get the invitation to David Cameron to address the TUC pulled and we have already made it clear that if he does pitch up, we will lead a...
  • Nancy Keenan in WLWT
    Today, we are proud to put our organization's grassroots and political support behind the pro-choice candidate whom we believe will secure the Democratic nomination and advance to the general election,NARAL president Nancy Keenan said in a...
  • Ray Buckley in Long Beach Press-Telegram
    We need the resources to build the national grassroots network for the Obama agenda. We need to make sure the president is successful and that the administration fulfills his promises,Buckley said.

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