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More and more people get their news via social media. Is that good or bad?

Sometimes it seems that Twitter is the Trump campaign’s main way to communicate his message. So it’s hard to believe that this is only the third presidential election since Twitter was launched and since Facebook opened to the public, both in 2006. And it’s only the second since Instagram and Snapchat joined the social-media fray. […]
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