“Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not to his own facts.”
—Former Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan
Fake News is a brief non-partisan chapter written by award winning political scientist Donald F. Kettl. Written as a supplement for American Government or Media and Politics courses, this chapter sparks classroom discussion by enabling students to take a deeper look at the phenomenon of “fake news” and to see the impact this issue has had on American politics.
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|Just what is “fake news”?|
|The filters for information|
|The problem of knowing|
|The core of the fake news debate|
|Questions to consider|