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Describe a situation you are familiar with in which people based their actions or opinions on false information. How would the situation have changed if the facts were researched and presented more carefully?


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You may want to explore the motivations for voting for particular candidates, it falls into the area you are exploring. It also may reveal to you why the jist of what you see and hear are "one-liners" and negative advertising.

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