If you use Facebook, or Twitter, have a Wi-Fi connection, watch television or have been to an office Halloween party, you've probably encountered them: internet memes. These shareable, sometimes pithy and often puerile units of culture have emerged as the lingua franca of the 2016 election, and have given the American people an entirely new way of articulating their beliefs.
Meme warfare: how the power of mass replication has poisoned the US election 
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Meme warfare: how the power of mass replication has poisoned the US election 
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If you use Facebook, or Twitter, have a Wi-Fi connection, watch television or have been to an office Halloween party, you've probably encountered them: internet memes. These shareable, sometimes pithy and often puerile units of culture have emerged as the lingua franca of the 2016 election, and have given the American people an entirely new way of articulating their beliefs.
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