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agitprop

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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agitpropa‧git‧prop /ˌædʒətˈprɒp $ -ˈprɑːp/ noun [uncountable]  PPPAmusic, literature, or art that tries to persuade people to follow a particular set of political ideas
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agitpropSuch clever agitprop worked well enough to get Clinton elected, but not well enough to make the programs work.We went in for agitprop caricature and grotesque exaggeration.They further confused the tone of a piece that had about it the whiff of 1970s radical agitprop.
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