How to use demagoguery in a sentence
Each one is packaged with the correct mix of demagoguery, branding, and high decibels in the media newsrooms that have rendered us into a country that lives in short bursts and even shorter memories.How the Modi government wrecked India’s small businesses | Anirban Bhattacharya | November 29, 2021 | Quartz
At least, that is, when such a shakedown isn’t already poisoned by almost two years of demagoguery and sloganeering.‘Defund the Police’ Was a Catchy Slogan. It’s Also Why a Policing Bill Fell Apart | Philip Elliott | September 23, 2021 | Time
Populist anger in politics can lead to reform, but it can also lead to demagoguery and the erosion of trust and democracy.How the GameStop Trading Surge Will Transform Wall Street | Zachary Karabell | January 29, 2021 | Time
He said the South needed to set itself free “from hate, from demagoguery.”How a courageous Southern governor broke ranks with segregationists in 1961 | John Drescher | January 1, 2021 | Washington Post
In the end, however, his astonishing success showed how demagoguery could overcome potentially career-ending challenges—and profoundly change history.Hitler’s Quest for Power Was Nearly Derailed Multiple Times. But the System Enabled His Rise | Peter Ross Range | August 31, 2020 | Time
However, Abbott is not about to let cold hard facts get in the way of a little politically motivated demagoguery.The New Texas Governor’s Cynical Immigration Threat | Ruben Navarrette Jr. | December 1, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Charges of naivete, cluelessness, and “nonsense demagoguery” were hurled back and forth.
Clearly Ted learned his bare-knuckles, crazy-ass demagoguery at the knee of a master.
I have criticized the Republicans for trying to make supporting Israel a wedge issue through demagoguery.
Worse, Romney has indulged in his own demagoguery, attacking the president for being “the real outsourcer-in-chief.”
They feel that they would be doing a public service in offsetting the demagoguery and sensationalism of most of the popular press.Thirty | Howard Vincent O'Brien
He felt that he himself was right; yet he could not deny that "Josh's cheap demagoguery" sounded fine and true.The Fashionable Adventures of Joshua Craig | David Graham Phillips
And you think with your little spewing demagoguery of newspaper filth, you can override me?The Clarion | Samuel Hopkins Adams
But the most notable example of demagoguery to-day is not a man, though he be clothed with thunder, but an institution.The Unpopular Review Vol. I | Various
I deplore the interjection of demagoguery and personal political advancement.
British Dictionary definitions for demagoguery
the methods, practices, or rhetoric of a demagogue
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