Student or Learner
Dictionaries never list the use of the structures of 'demand sb to do sth', 'demand doing sth' or 'demand doing (= demand to be done). So I was very surprised when I read these sentences in the time magazine corpus:
Farmers would demand them to plow their fields at night.
The Negroes demand seating in buses on a first come, first seated basis.
The Civil Aeronautics Board and some quick-tempered politicians had demanded grounding the Electra.
So are they good English? Are these structures not listed in dictionaries simply because they are not used often enough to get in dictionaries?
Could I ask native speakers to help me please? Thank you in advance.