pamphleteering


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pam·phlet·eer

 (păm′flĭ-tîr′)
n.
A writer of pamphlets or other short works taking a partisan stand on an issue.
intr.v. pam·phlet·eered, pam·phlet·eer·ing, pam·phlet·eers
To write and publish pamphlets.

pamphleteering

(ˌpæmfləˈtɪərɪŋ)
n
1. the occupation of a pamphleteer
2. the creation and distribution of pamphlets
References in classic literature ?
He made the friendship of Addison, who called him, perhaps rightly, 'the greatest genius of the age,' and of Steele, but he failed of his main purposes; and when in 1710 the Tories replaced the Whigs he accepted their solicitations and devoted his pen, already somewhat experienced in pamphleteering, to their service.
'It is sad that having been rejected by the people at the polls and having failed in their plans to whip up ethno-religious sentiments through sponsored pamphleteering propaganda that had the propensity to have thrown us back to the dark old days, they are again planning to sponsor a so-called mega demonstration on or after Monday 18th March, 2019 with a view to creating a crisis that would snowball into disrupting the supplementary election' said the group.
The APNS also disparages slanderous pamphleteering and letters which falsely accuse its member publications of illusory acts.
Bayman, Anna, Thomas Dekker and the Culture of Pamphleteering in Early Modern London, Farnham, Ashgate, 2014; hardback; pp.
(20) Another indication that engagement with improvement went beyond pamphlet rhetoric can be found in the clear overlap between pamphleteering and membership of the Dublin Society, with Cox, Dobbs, Prior, Bindon, Hutchinson, William Maple and Alexander MacAuley all listed as members.
"[I]t is too parochial," he states, "to root the American Revolution in the potting soil, however rich, of radical pamphleteering" (199).
Having begun life as a Sandemanian Baptist minister, Godwin slowly shed his religious beliefs and turned to penny-a-line journalism in the 1780s and then political pamphleteering and literature.
Papers discuss the ways in which popular forms of literary entertainment, such as plays and poems, informed and reflected public discourse, as well as the direct effects of pamphleteering and political polemic on the body politic on both national and local levels.
Heicklen has been cited or arrested many times in the past for protesting or pamphleteering in prohibited places.
L'Estrange is suited for this because he associated with royal and rude equally as a press licenser who was also willing to wade into the mire of Restoration pamphleteering.
Chang gently underlines cultural clashes on the cruise ship but avoids any direct political pamphleteering.