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1. He led a McCarthyite witch-hunt against homosexuals.
2. He has been a prominent victim of alleged witch-hunts against whistle-blowers in the NHS.
3. In America in the 1950s, Senator Joseph McCarthy led a witch-hunt against people suspected of being communists.
4. The investigation is just another political witch-hunt.
5. His accusation got nowhere, but it foreshadowed the witch-hunt.
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6. And for Rome to acquiesce in such witch-hunts must indicate that Rome herself felt threatened.
7. Nor did a demagogue emerge to match Senator Joseph McCarthy, whose cynical witch-hunts in the l950s put a generation on trial.
8. He does not want the army to feel that it is the subject of a witch-hunt.
9. His appointment is a further indication that Gloucester was not indulging in a witch-hunt outside the immediate Woodville circle.
10. Both men have stated they will not carry out a witchhunt against members of the previous administration.
11. But the end of McCarthy by no means meant the end of the witch-hunt.
12. McCarthy's Communist witch-hunt had been unleashed with the support of leading Republicans and had undoubtedly helped to elect Eisenhower in 1952.
13. There's a new form of witch-hunting -- it's called 'turn-smokers-into-pariahs'.
14. We, of the opposition, have consistently recommended that, but the day of witch-hunting must be over.
15. He had no fear of right and no distraction from witch-hunting, livelihood, ailment and "public opinion", sticking to the truth.
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