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In Defense of Politics on Facebook

Social networks would love to show users less political content. Here’s why that’s a problem.

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Political posts on Facebook and other social networks are often divisive, misleading, or just plain false. Social platforms including Facebook and YouTube have played a role in radicalizing people…




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