@watapamohu asked 5 months ago.

“how the education gap is tearing politics apart”, david runcian, guardian, 5 october 2016?

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@exuppyrret answered 5 months ago.

There is something rotten in our politics, and it is not just the reek of hypocrisy from Washington, though that is bad enough. What's really eating away at our democracy is the growing gap between the political class and the people it is supposed to serve.
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@tatiderrap- answered 5 months ago.

Earlier this week, I shared some tips on how to be an effective communicator in the era of fake news and misinformation. Today, I’m sharing some thoughts on why it’s so important to be able to communicate effectively in this era. The most important thing to remember is that we’re not just fighting against misinformation.
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@iduwinny- answered 5 months ago.

As a nation, we are more divided than ever. Education is a major factor, with many of those who voted for Brexit or Donald Trump having little formal education.
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@ejuzubul answered 5 months ago.

The Clinton campaign has put enormous resources into appealing to the working-class whites who once made up a key Democratic constituency. In September, her team began airing ads on MTV, Bravo and BET, targeting younger black, Latino and Asian voters.

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