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“It’s hard to legitimize something anonymous and it’s hard to see it as something other than gossip.” -Stephen Murray, ArtSci ’16
“It’s hard to legitimize something anonymous and it’s hard to see it as something other than gossip.” -Stephen Murray, ArtSci ’16
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“If it’s bringing up relevant points then it’s OK.” -Min Jin, ArtSci ’14
“If it’s bringing up relevant points then it’s OK.” -Min Jin, ArtSci ’14
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“It’s more distracting than helpful because you can’t verify the source.” -Ted Zhao, MSc ’15
“It’s more distracting than helpful because you can’t verify the source.” -Ted Zhao, MSc ’15
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“For people who read all about the candidates it would only play a small role in affecting their opinions. For those who see that specific blog it would play a large role.” -Lily Helmer-Smith, ArtSci ’16
“For people who read all about the candidates it would only play a small role in affecting their opinions. For those who see that specific blog it would play a large role.” -Lily Helmer-Smith, ArtSci ’16
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“I think the character of a politician is extremely important, however an anonymous blog might not be the location because of the suggestion of slander.” -Tobias MacFarlane, ArtSci ’14
“I think the character of a politician is extremely important, however an anonymous blog might not be the location because of the suggestion of slander.” -Tobias MacFarlane, ArtSci ’14
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Are anonymous blogs about the character of a politician valuable?

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