Example sentences for: demagogic

How can you use “demagogic” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • TV ads are dumb, both in the sense that they tend to be crudely demagogic appeals, and because they can't target segments of the electorate with any degree of accuracy.

  • Most reviewers concur with Cliff's assessment, but Richard Bernstein writes in the New York Times Book Review that the book is "so focused on darkness and degradation as to be demagogic in its effect" and calls Wideman's version of history "distorted" and "troubling."

  • In the Weekly Standard , Wallace biographer Stephan Lesher says the film reduces the governor's appeal to simple racism--a contention "every bit as anti-intellectual and demagogic as Wallace's own ...

  • In Madrid, on the other hand, El País said in an editorial Sunday that the West would be wrong to ignore Yeltsin's warnings, however "insolent and demagogic" they might be.

  • The demagogic gimmicks get ever more desperate and empty.


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