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Greer loves politics, but hates the corrupting influence of money on the system.
Rousseau maintained that humans are peaceful in their natural state; wars result from the corrupting influences of civilization.
Apparently it was, yes, those ubiquitous Americans always bent on corrupting Mother Russia.
A school shooting in north Moscow had politicians quickly blaming American culture as a corrupting influence on Russian youth.
And they've banned men from various commonplace but loathsome and corrupting practices.
Thus a thousand instances do prove that the light of the moon is moist, and carries with it a softening and corrupting quality.Essays and Miscellanies|Plutarch
It is too much taken for granted by many writers that female influence is corrupting.Ancient Egypt|George Rawlinson
This will also teach me to keep away from suspicious places, and to avoid the temptations and corrupting influences of a bar room.Under Fire|Frank A. Munsey
Berkeley was shameless in corrupting the representatives of the people by handing out jobs.Give Me Liberty|Thomas J. Wertenbaker
He could not understand where she got such notions unless it was from the Machiavellian, corrupting brain of Cowperwood himself.The Financier|Theodore Dreiser