political agitator

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ARRIVING at the former offices of the National Union of Mineworkers in Barnsley, 30 years after the Miners' Strike, I'm seeking an Arthur who has clashed with police and is seen as a political agitator.
An appendix provides excerpts from the 1938 court transcript of political agitator I.
From the time he became a professional folksinger, however, he saw himself as a political agitator.
Real estate magnate and conservative political agitator Donald Trump had a tough time swallowing last night's election results.
He returned to the country in 1958 to become a full time political agitator in the ranks of the CPS battling the military dictatorship of General Abboud (1958-1964).
Wayne Flynt--historian, writer, political agitator, cultural gadfly, and above all a Baptist--is a man with few peers in the contemporary American South.
JELLO BIAFRA Friday August 5, 02 Academy, Birmingham, 0844 477 2000 * DEAD Kennedys founder and lifelong political agitator Jello Biafra arrives in town with the terrifying live machine that is The Guantanamo School of Medicine.
Many a famous religious or political agitator has called on the passing crowds to lend them an ear, to nick a line from Shakespeare.
Ngono returned to Cameroon after the First World War and became a political agitator, rejecting colonial power.
Summary: NEW YORK: Fela, the late-Nigerian musician and political agitator, fascinated millions and had fans around the world, including legends like Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder.
Instead he seems to be embracing his role as a political agitator, using his international stature and high profile to pressure the government toward reform.
He is immediately ambushed by the historian's description of Jesus as an obscure political agitator, a kind of hobo in a minor colony of the Roman Empire who survived his own crucifixion and presumably died a few weeks later, the freakish incident giving rise to a new religion.

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