misgovernment and lack of economic opportunity has created "fertile ground for the insurgency."
The second and equally grave threat is misgovernment at national, provincial, and local levels.
It is obvious that so long as the vitality of a nation remains unimpaired, misgovernment can be but a temporary ill.
What a tale of misgovernment, tyranny, and weakness, does this request tell!
For sixty years the people endured the ever-growing oppression and misgovernment.
"Ay, Glendower, for misgovernment is universal," rejoined Wolfe.
Yet certain recent historians have contended that this violent uprising was not a protest against injustice and misgovernment.
Berkeley denied the charges of favoritism and misgovernment.
He is accused of gross misgovernment, wanton cruelty in suppressing native insurrection, and the production of false evidence.
The Arab suffered acutely from poverty, misgovernment, and oppression.