Television in Politics

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Technology

 

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Walker B

 

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November 16, 2015

 

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University

 

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Literary scholar and columnist of The New Yorker, Louis Menand, claims that without these debates, "voters [are] cheated by the omission of some relevant test, some necessary submission to mass scrutiny" ("Masters of the Matrix: Kennedy, Nixon, and the Culture of the Image"). Television has strongly improved the way people react to candidates, because they are able to view them and follow their views...
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Television has strongly improved the way people react to candidates, because they are able to view them and follow their views. Well-known television analysts of Nielsen Media Research portray the spike in the debate turnout in 1980, simply because someone commonly associated with television and movies, Ronald Regan, was involved in the debate...
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