Divided We Stand: Social Media Disrupts American Democracy
Paul Boutin

In addition to what Stacey Vye posted, the internet also reduces the civility and coherency of debate. People are far less tolerant and attentive than is the case in face-to-face encounters. It is to human communication what a hammer is to craftsmanship.

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