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polemic
used in Killing Kennedy

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Definition
a strongly opinionated argument — especially over a belief or dogma
  • "I became suddenly aware," Kennedy adviser Richard Goodwin will later write, "that Bobby's harsh polemic reflected the president's concealed emotions, privately communicated in some earlier, intimate conversation.
    p. 60.6

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