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It means we are in trouble. To have a democracy to work people have to trust the government and people they elect. The recent campaign of accusations of "fake news" is very bad for a democracy. For the most part I think the majority of news items are factual because without a free press we are going to loose our rights and democracy. There also has to be an understanding of the constitution and the history of the United States. I think this is lacking for most people.

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