reindoctrinate love

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  • Many students were sent to study economics in the USSR, and measures were taken to reindoctrinate all of China's economists...

    Communist Economic Policy: Stalinism or the Red Army?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • To reindoctrinate his charges, Christopher encouraged the Foreign Service training center to overhaul its curriculum.

    Closing The Deal

  • When news becomes pseudo-news and news networks become obvious propaganda outlets simply to reinvigorate or reindoctrinate your base it is truly a sad comentary on the state of affairs in this country.

    Think Progress » 9/11 Commission Vice Chair: Path to 9/11 Is ‘Not Good For the Country’

  • Some eager beaver firm may believe that the Carrot Strategy offers a chance at the holy grail, but that firm may find it difficult to hire, retrain, and reindoctrinate all the managers and workers it needs for its quest.

    FAT and MEAN

  • Some eager beaver firm may believe that the Carrot Strategy offers a chance at the holy grail, but that firm may find it difficult to hire, retrain, and reindoctrinate all the managers and workers it needs for its quest.

    FAT and MEAN

  • Some eager beaver firm may believe that the Carrot Strategy offers a chance at the holy grail, but that firm may find it difficult to hire, retrain, and reindoctrinate all the managers and workers it needs for its quest.

    FAT and MEAN

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