A handful of other men were also interested, and the questions were many and good when Clevmger and the subversive corporal finished and made the mistake of asking if there were any.
Captain Black knew he was a subversive because he wore eyeglasses and used words like panacea and utopia, and because he disapproved of Adolf Hitler, who had done such a great job of combating un-American activities in Germany.
It just had to be subversive.
It was like the word subversive itself.
Yossarian knew it was a good one because Yossarian was a collector of good questions and had used them to disrupt the educational sessions Clevinger had once conducted two nights a week in Captain Black’s intelligence tent with the corporal in eyeglasses who everybody knew was probably a subversive.
There are no more uses of "subversion" in the book.
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The Chinese activist was imprisoned for inciting subversion of state power.
Let all our neighbors know that we shall join with them to oppose aggression or subversion anywhere in the Americas.
Kennedy, John F. -- John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address