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What Twitter and Facebook Can Learn From Alexander Hamilton

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IIt’s been said that the solution to misinformation is simply more information. It’s the cornerstone of the argument for the type of virtually unrestricted free speech we enjoy in the U.S.

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Dr. John Grohol

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Founder, PsychCentral; Co-Founder, Society for Participatory Medicine; Publisher, New England Psychologist; Editorial Board, Computers in Human Behavior journal

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