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How the Web Polarized Politics

By Debra D'Agostino  |  Posted 11-06-2006 Print
The Internet once promised a new era of communications and understanding across disparate cultures and beliefs. But Gerry McGovern, a Web content expert, says it's only served to deepen the divide. Does the Web encourage political polarization?


 

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