Should We Consider Fake News Another Form of (Not Particularly Effective) Political Persuasion — or Something More Dangerous?

“Most forms of political persuasion seem to have little effect at all.”Dartmouth’s Brendan Nyhan writes in The New York Times that it isn’t that easy to change people’s votes in an election, in an Upshot post titled “Fake news and bots may be worrisome, but their political power is overblown.”

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