- n. The condition of being a huckster
“In short, the great American business tradition that Mays and Sullivan embody - namely hucksterism - is enjoying an uptick.”
“And that's not all: in recent years, there are growing charges that some self-styled yoga organizations and their high-profile teachers are preying on their students - replacing spiritual enlightenment with psychological manipulation, New Age "hucksterism," and even cultic worship.”
“Sadly, anyone watching the behavior of leading scientific organizations knows that they have thrown their prestige behind the alarmists, giving awards and honors to the likes of Al Gore and NASA's James Hansen when it is obvious to all that both are engaged in the worst kind of hucksterism and charlatanism.”
“ABC claims this kind of hucksterism is OK because The View is an entertainment show.”
“Ray is the worst sort of huckster in an industry (yes, industry) built entirely of hucksterism.”
“And until they do, you have to hit that fine line between boosterism (which we need) and hucksterism.”
“Cunningham moves fluently through this occult world of fortune and taste, demonstrating his appreciation for modern art and his disdain for the lacquer of hucksterism.”
“Fiery and sharp, Richard Brooks's satirical take on Bible-thumping hypocrisy and hucksterism still speaks volumes in today's world.”
“What makes this ad mesmerizing is its barely concealed delight in its own hucksterism.”
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