Etymology
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agitprop (n.)

also agit-prop, "political propaganda in the arts or literature," 1938, from Russian agitatsiya "agitation" (from French agitation; see agitation) + propaganda (see propaganda), which Russian got from German.

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Definitions of agitprop

agitprop (n.)
political propaganda (especially communist propaganda) communicated via art and literature and cinema;
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