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Definition of "propagandism" []

  • The use of propaganda. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "propagandism" in a sentence
  • "We learn, incidentally that, in 1557, two of the fathers, visiting Hirado at the instance of some Portuguese sailors who felt in want of religious ministrations, organized a kind of propagandism which anticipated the methods of the Salvation Army."
  • "Poland; but it is false that I was compelled to fly from my country, except by the compulsion, or dictates of the same spirit of "propagandism," that induced so many of my noble countrymen to shed their blood in the defence of the rights of this country, and the rights of man, wherever he struggles for freedom."
  • "I will only, therefore, touch the one subject on which you anticipate difficulty as possible -- that of political propagandism, meaning the temporal power of the Pope: for I do not suppose you mean to censure"