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Crime and Punishment
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  • I might indirectly assist the cause of enlightenment and propaganda.
  • It’s a duty of every man to work for enlightenment and propaganda and the more harshly, perhaps, the better.
  • Think what the passion for propaganda will bring some girls to!
  • You seem to have forgotten how you softened to me in the heat of propaganda.
  • I fell to jeering in the coarsest way at all such propaganda and efforts to convert me; Parasha came on to the scene again, and not she alone; in fact there was a tremendous to-do.
  • The fact was he had begun instinctively to guess that Lebeziatnikov was not merely a commonplace simpleton, but, perhaps, a liar, too, and that he had no connections of any consequence even in his own circle, but had simply picked things up third-hand; and that very likely he did not even know much about his own work of propaganda, for he was in too great a muddle.

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  • There is no free press in that country — just government-approved propaganda.
  • typical Iranian propaganda that blames foreigners for every evil

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