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Real, Fake News Coverage in Charlottesville

The Washington Post has an all-too-real piece of fake news this week, providing some sober fake reporting on the events in Charlottesville. The report imagines how the American news media would cover this story if Charlottesville were located elsewhere on...Read more
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