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  • How many human relations are poisoned, how much cooperation is made impossible, how much gossiping, how much newsmongering, how many contradictions have resulted from the fact that man has not yet been sufficiently able to control that primitive spirit that he carries with him, the egotistic spirit, that individualistic spirit, that superiority complex?

    12TH ANNIVERSARY OF ATTACK ON PRESIDENTIAL PALAC

  • Horace Greeley once published a tractate entitled, ` ` New Themes for the Clergy, '' and I would suggest the evil influence of sensation newsmongering as a most fruitful theme for the exhortations of all American clergymen to their flocks, whether Catholic, Jewish, or Protestant.

    [Autobiography of Andrew Dickson White

  • But, concurrently with the process of rebuilding, there has been concentrated upon the development of the new service a degree of attention, greater than can be attributed even to the voracious curiosity of this age of newsmongering and of interviewers.

    The Interest of America in Sea Power, Present and Future

  • Gotten ower it, indeed! "and Janet turned her back on her visitor, and went muttering about her gloomy kitchen:" The minister no 'being one to speak his sorrow to the newsmongering folk that frequent your house, they say he has gotten ower it, do they?

    Janet's Love and Service

  • "This is part of the routine politics of foreign newsmongering outlets and their spy agencies who try to influence other nations," the palace statement said.

    Reuters: Top News

  • "This is part of the routine politics of foreign newsmongering outlets and their spy agencies who try to influence other nations," the palace statement said.

    London Free Press

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