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  • verb Present participle of reeducate.

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Examples

  • Recall that in 1979 Joan Baez, supported by concerned antiwar activists like Allen Ginsberg and Norman Lear, took out full-page advertisements in five major American papers appealing to the government of Vietnam to stop brutalizing, torturing and "reeducating" its citizens.

    Daimnation!: He'll always have Pyongyang

  • Do you mean that nightmare scenario of communist North Vietnam conquering a non-communist neighbor, purging and "reeducating" undesirables, triggering an outflow of refugees, and destablizing the entire region with the eventual murder of millions by communist proxies?

    "A calculated gamble that no matter how much hue and cry his new strategy may provoke, in the end the American people will give him more time..."

  • Do you mean that nightmare scenario of communist North Vietnam conquering a non-communist neighbor, purging and "reeducating" undesirables, triggering an outflow of refugees, and destablizing the entire region with the eventual murder of millions by communist proxies?

    "A calculated gamble that no matter how much hue and cry his new strategy may provoke, in the end the American people will give him more time..."

  • This weapon helped the West to defeat the "Evil Empire" with the collateral result of crushing the Communist International and "reeducating" the European Left, which to some extent was sympathetic to the Soviet experiment.

    Russia Blog

  • This weapon helped the West to defeat the "Evil Empire" with the collateral result of crushing the Communist International and "reeducating" the European Left, which to some extent was sympathetic to the Soviet experiment.

    Russia Blog

  • This weapon helped the West to defeat the "Evil Empire" with the collateral result of crushing the Communist International and "reeducating" the European Left, which to some extent was sympathetic to the Soviet experiment.

    Russia Blog

  • This weapon helped the West to defeat the "Evil Empire" with the collateral result of crushing the Communist International and "reeducating" the European Left, which to some extent was sympathetic to the Soviet experiment.

    Russia Blog

  • This weapon helped the West to defeat the "Evil Empire" with the collateral result of crushing the Communist International and "reeducating" the European Left, which to some extent was sympathetic to the Soviet experiment.

    Russia Blog

  • If you find SUVs impractical while others explicitly say they do not, and yet this does not stop you from holding the idea, why should I stop at the idea of reeducating you as I see fit even though you disagree with what I am about to do to you?

    Oil Import Tariff?, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Maybe I am naive, but I can't help but thinking that one way we can help stop this institutional rot that bedevils our nation is by reeducating ourselves in the collective principles of honor and duty and leadership that have sustained Man over time.

    Richard C. Morais: What Steve Forbes's Books Teach Us

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