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Review: Republic.com 2.0User Review - Bethany Keeley - Goodreads
Look. I'm really glad this book exists. It is a valuable perspective and a valid concern, but I think Sunstein overstates his case, both in terms of how informed and democratic Americans have ever been, and how severe the current and potential bubble effect are. Read full review
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Review: Republic.com 2.0User Review - Danielle - Goodreads
Terribly repetitive, but not without some good points. Made me reflect on my media consumption and my responsibilities as a citizen of a republic. Read full review
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