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  • n. Plural form of pamphleteer.

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Examples

  • We are at the beginning of a new age of online publishing - and I predict that this generation of online pamphleteers is just the first wave.

    December 2003

  • They were called pamphleteers back then, and were a little slower about posting than are the bloggers we know today.

    Louise Mirrer: Scanning the Latest Blog Posts, 233 Years Ago

  • Despite the promise of the technology, bloggers basically remain pamphleteers.

    Archive 2004-01-01

  • Shelley couldn't remember where it had come from - the Church was rife with what might be politely described as pamphleteers, less politely as nutters - but it was bemoaning the plight of Catholic doctors in the NHS, who were apparently being denied jobs because they wouldn't carry out abortions.

    Boiling a Frog

  • It was a breath of air which struck my face as I came from my dungeon; it was a page of a book I read when, in my bitter days, I happened to read something besides those modern sycophants called pamphleteers, and who, out of regard for the public health, ought to be prevented from indulging in their crude philosophizing.

    The Confession of a Child of the Century

  • It was a breath of air which struck my face as I came from my dungeon; it was a page of a book I read when, in my bitter days, I happened to read something besides those modern sycophants called pamphleteers, who, out of regard for the public health, ought to be prevented from indulging in their crude philosophizings.

    The Confession of a Child of the Century — Complete

  • Ari Fleischer pointed out that bloggers were nothing new - the country was founded by a group of crusading "pamphleteers" after all.

    Meghan O'Hara: ARI FLEISCHER "PROUD" TO ANSWER TORTURE SUBPOENA

  • I believe as did one of our founding fathers, Thomas Paine, one of the early "pamphleteers" (Most likely a "Blogger" today!) who said: "Government, even in its best state, is a necessary evil; in it's worse state, and intolerable one."

    Capitol Hill Coffee House

  • Benbow, a chartist, who was one of the earliest pamphleteers to articulate the idea of a labour theory of value, called for a whole month's holiday to promote the happiness and liberty of all mankind.

    In praise of… a grand national holiday | Editorial

  • Mr. Kerr could point draw other comparisons, going back as far as (if not further than) the “Country Whig” pamphleteers of jolly old England.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » The Rhetoric of Opposition

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