noun ag·it·prop \ˈa-jət-ˌpräp\

Definition of AGITPROP

:  propaganda; especially :  political propaganda promulgated chiefly in literature, drama, music, or art
agitprop adjective

Origin of AGITPROP

Russian, ultimately from agitatsiya agitation + propaganda
First Known Use: 1935

Other Government and Politics Terms

agent provocateur, autarky, cabal, egalitarianism, federalism, hegemony, plenipotentiary, popular sovereignty, socialism


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