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Social media platforms have weakened major forces that bind democracies together, especially after 2009 when the virality of social media started to intensify (Jonathan Haidt/The Atlantic)




Jonathan Haidt / The Atlantic:

Social media platforms have weakened major forces that bind democracies together, especially after 2009 when the virality of social media started to intensify  —  What would it have been like to live in Babel in the days after its destruction?  In the Book of Genesis, we are told …





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