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Inside Fusion’s attempts at a different kind of engagement
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How a small organization created positive dialog between voters in Alabama and California
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We’ve just released a study of thousands of commenters, conducted with the Engaging News Project at the University of Texas-Austin
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Many say that horrible comments would vanish if people were forced to use their real names. Thirty years of research suggests otherwise.
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