He now became a pamphleteer
in support of King William and the Whigs.
Polyglot, of unknown parentage, of indefinite nationality, anarchist, with a pedantic and ferocious temperament, and an amazingly inflammatory capacity for invective, he was a power in the background, this violent pamphleteer
clamouring for revolutionary justice, this Julius Laspara, editor of the
You have, perhaps, yourself written pamphlets without severely persecuting pamphleteers
The Montblanc Writers Edition 2014, Daniel Defoe pays tribute to the prolific novelist, pamphleteer
It's the People's Agenda, sir," responded the neatly dressed young pamphleteer
Explaining why and how Proudhon ever remained a Romantic clarifies much that is otherwise bizarre in the writings of this disorienting sociological pamphleteer
He was an indefatigable pamphleteer
and platform speaker: James Callaghan, the former Prime Minister, described Menon as "the embodiment of the movement within Britain for India's freedom".
An academic, his major contribution was as a pamphleteer
and a speaker at numerous public forums on civil rights struggles, America's involvement in wars ranging from Korea and Vietnam to Afghanistan and Iraq, and attempts by governments, and other agencies, to stifle freedom of speech in mounting criticism against such actions.
In the age of the Internet, "everyone can be a pamphleteer
," Seigenthaler said.
10 Windsor Born Daniel Foe around 1659, Defoe was an English writer, journalist and pamphleteer
who gained enduring fame for his novel Robinson Crusoe.
The lonely pamphleteer
is online at places like Broward Bulldog, Health News Florida, and Florida Thinks.
As an ex-slave himself, Allen, in his daring and creative role as a pamphleteer
, joined the public discourse about liberty and citizenship and pressed claims for the rights of blacks and urged the abolition of slavery.