You’re known as …. as a reactionary who’s opposed to Washington policies.
You have heard him denounced in the past as a reactionary who opposed every step, measure, slogan and premise of the present system.
The measure had been kept secret in order to avoid debate and reactionary opposition.
He was accustomed to hearing speeches extorted by unknown pressure from unwilling victims, and he concluded that this was the case of a reactionary forced to confess a scandal and that, therefore, the speech had, perhaps, some political value; besides, he was curious to hear it "I am proud that he had chosen me to give him pleasure and that it was he who had been my choice.
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Liberals labeled him a reactionary opposed to any social progress.
It seemed odd to have to explain in a court of law something so fundamental about childhood, but the commitment to harsh punishments for children was so intense and reactionary that we had to articulate these basic facts.