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In what way do those establish or contradict an "implicit claim" in DoDo's writing?

You do argue against the title "1930s in social media" by saying that in the '30s the racism was in the (German) mainstream media, which is true, (though I'd add that it's possible that the role of social media was at least partly played at the time by public meetings, rallies, beerhall meetings, youth organisations, etc). I'd agree that the 1930s parallel can be strained. However, it's not as if today's mainstream media are blameless, to take mass-circulation "news"papers like Bild for an example, or similar huge circulation outlets in the UK.

But I still don't see the Fidesz/Jobbik "implicit claim", or your refutation of it.

I used to be afew. I'm still not many.

by john_evans (john(dot)evans(dot)et(at)gmail(dot)com) on Tue Aug 11th, 2015 at 03:24:38 PM EST
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