Jasarevic noted social mobilization—whether done on Twitter or atop a soapbox—is only a part of the solution.
It has been subject to political sensitivities and soapbox rhetoric, buffeted by popular disbelief and official omertà.
The office of the President is, in reality, something of a soapbox.
He immediately called Sharpton, who said he was sorry that Jackson had turned the press conference into a soapbox.
They have come from politicians or media figures, hammering home their point on a soapbox or over radio waves.
The wagon he drew was a soapbox fitted with a pair of wheels from a go-cart.
Then they packed excelsior into all the vacant places in the soapbox.
The bobbin was a large one, and was placed in a soapbox of boxwood, with magnet core and iron diaphragm.
The soapbox will be her cell, for it was so small she could not lie down in it.
She saw where Cutty would drop, and now understood the cunning of the manoeuvre of placing the candle in front of the soapbox.
The attitude from which one orates, pontificates, counsels urgently, etc: Be careful or she'll get on the old soapbox and preach about fiscal iniquity (1907+)