What feels like chaos is the product of a well-oiled machine, where all participants seem to know their specific roles. Posted on October 27, 2018, at 10:52 a.m. ET It's become routine these days to hear people describe the churning cycle of politics and news, tossed back and forth between Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, comments sections, and television, as "broken."
Our Political News Cycle Isn't Broken, It's Working As Planned 
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Our Political News Cycle Isn't Broken, It's Working As Planned 
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What feels like chaos is the product of a well-oiled machine, where all participants seem to know their specific roles. Posted on October 27, 2018, at 10:52 a.m. ET It's become routine these days to hear people describe the churning cycle of politics and news, tossed back and forth between Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, comments sections, and television, as "broken."
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