We are all angry on social media — at least try to listen to the rage of others

Far from expanding democracy, Facebook and Twitter polarise it. But conflict in our public discourse predates Silicon Valley, and has always inspired change.

The Guardian
Oct 10, 2017 · 5 min read
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By Zoe Williams

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