Here I created an account for it, the description on the page earlier sounds very biased and written from a leftist point of view, also negating the fact that the term isn't only used against "x reactionary Americans" but against pretty much any conservative American and a reactionary doesn't have to be 'bigoted' or 'loutish' to be called it, those are vague and subjective personal attacks on an article about a personal attack, hence the 'some' instead. The wiki page on this explains quite clearly to avoid extra subjective terms like these.
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