“Forty years have passed since the majority of Americans adopted television as their principal source of information. Its dominance has become so extensive that virtually all significant political communication now takes place within the confines of flickering 30-second television advertisements.”
I could have sworn he took the initiative in creating something to fix that. (He must have forgotten about the “digital Brown Shirts.”)
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