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Social Media Should Not Be Blamed for the Consequences of Democracy

Social media tends to be blamed for the overall nastiness of public discourse. Instead of condemning this form of communication, condemn the fuel that feeds this conflagration: democracy.

Original Article: Social Media Should Not Be Blamed for the Consequences of Democracy

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