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politicide
 n.— «Rabbi Alexand M. Schindler…said that the Arab and third-world nations voting for the resolution “made a fateful and ominous decision to take the road of rhetoric, politicide and bigotry rather than the road of needed economic and social change which can come only through consensus, cooperation and decency.”» —“Criticism in U.S.” by Irving Spiegel New York Times Oct. 20, 1975. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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