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I was pompously moved to write to him to suggest that he either gave the SNP its real name or firmly polemicised against ` separatist nationalists '.
She called herself a "left libertarian," and polemicised against US military involvement in Vietnam and Iraq, and took on the religious radicalism of the right and the social conservatism of the left.
(Germany is Digging its Own Grave) in August in which he polemicised against the 'dumbing down' of German society through the Muslim population, the right wing of Merkel's CDU party has felt its own kind of claustrophobia.