One attack came in the form of an interview in "Olam Katan," a weekly pamphlet distributed in synagogues across the country.
Occasionally a pamphlet for a salsa class might be tossed on a doorstop or stuck on a pole near a bus stop.
As I thumbed through the pamphlet I turned to page 5, state measures.
Make your own arrangements with printers, and call on me to-morrow with the pamphlet.
And the pamphlet had been addressed to “Earthmen everywhere.”
And now give me the numbers of the journal, and the pamphlet too; I will take them to the king.
I have sent forth my pamphlet, and there seems a chance of its being read.
He idly fluttered the leaves of the pamphlet and glanced out into the street to see if any friends were in sight.
I had already sent my pamphlet to Melbourne and to a few other people.
Hutchinson published a pamphlet reviling the Visitors, and pronouncing their decision invalid.
"small, unbound treatise," late 14c., from Anglo-Latin panfletus, popular short form of "Pamphilus, seu de Amore" ("Pamphilus, or about Love"), a short 12c. Latin love poem popular and widely copied in Middle Ages; the name from Greek pamphilos "loved by all," from pan- "all" + philos "loving, dear" see -phile). Meaning "brief work dealing with questions of current interest" is late 16c.