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But, even if that sort of pushback becomes the norm, news organizations should be wary of handing these charlatans a megaphone.
The Britons and the Germans seemed not to heed; but now and then the American school-marms unmasked the charlatan.
In spite of his true greatness he lacked simplicity, and he imported the arts of a charlatan into political life.
Willis was represented by the prince's party as a charlatan, and Warren was pitted against him as the doctor of the opposition.
It would place him before the world as a false teacher, a fraud, a charlatan.
Should we not brand such a man as an unscrupulous charlatan or at best as a dangerous visionary?
And when that shallow charlatan sneered at him in print, he left to Boileau the castigation that was so thoroughly given.
Even a charlatan can be good alone; an apostate can be wise alone; a fool can be pious alone.
Ancient Hindoo charlatan priests let fall from the end of a straw a drop of oil into the patient's water.
But, as I before told you, I am a charlatan, so is every man who strives to be richer or greater than he is.
NIGHT AND MORNING, COMPLETEEDWARD BULWER-LYTTON

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