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Pelosi, for her part, flatly denies that politics has anything to do with her negotiating tactics.

This time, politics podcast host and producer Galen Druke asks if this could be the year Democrats win Texas for the first time since 1976.

It is, Smith argues, a folk concept, combining politics with essentialist folk biology.

The same thing is true in politics, and I’ve always evaluated my workplace not by what they say but by who is doing the most talking.

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As Reagan injected the toxicity of racial division into the American body politic, Jackson spoke about “coming up together”.

Negotiation and compromise are the lifeblood of democracy, not poison to the body politic.

A divisive selfishness had emerged in the late 1960s that had begun to dominate the body politic.

Our nation may have healed, but there are still exposed nerves that, when touched, cause trauma to the body politic.

Government activism on behalf of the common man was an unforgivable sin to be extirpated from the body politic.

He had tried to soften his reply, but not being politic or tactful had succeeded only in expressing himself more brusquely.

He was a politic monarch, the patron of men of letters, and an excellent author himself.

The more politic plan was therefore adopted of enlisting the people themselves in the cause as much as might be.

Her politic sovereigns soon found this a losing game, and offered large bounties for the importation of artists and machinery.

There was, however, a large party in Spain which regarded the designs of the French king with an enlightened and politic alarm.


On this page you'll find 65 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to politic, such as: adroit, advisable, canny, cool, delicate, and diplomatic.

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