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It stirred the country with the alarming slogans of a new kind of revolution.
THE I.W.W.PAUL FREDERICK BRISSENDEN
In this last expression I quote one of the first and most emphasized slogans of the revolution.
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTION; THE JUGO-SLAV MOVEMENTALEXANDER PETRUNKEVITCH, SAMUEL NORTHRUP HARPER, FRANK ALFRED GOLDER, ROBERT JOSEPH KERNER
It rises to the surface in slogans like "human rights above property rights," "the man above the dollar."
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
Indeed, I could gather so much even at my desk, by the confusion of yells and slogans emitted by the contending parties.
RED CAP TALESSAMUEL RUTHERFORD CROCKETT
Your slogans of the past—brotherhood of man and fatherhood of God—have gone glimmering down through the ages.
The war with Spain had thrust between the readers of my generation and the Civil War, new commanders, new slogans and new heroes.
The last two slogans were founded on American discoveries and explorations in the Far Northwest.
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATESCHARLES A. BEARD AND MARY R. BEARD
A child's brain overstuffed with slogans, it begins now to ache and grow confused.
ERIK DORNBEN HECHT
Nevertheless, it frequently contradicts the slogans it sets before the public.
Whatever slogans they chant, when they slaughter the innocent they have the same wicked purposes.

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