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Slant in a newspaper's reporting can be identified by both the choice of facts reported in the article and the article's location. True False

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    @Keigh2015

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    I think its True.

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    @Jack_Prism

  4. Keigh2015
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    What do you think it is chris?

  5. anonymous
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    true

  6. Keigh2015
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    ok so do i but i am not 100% sure

  7. anonymous
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    k

  8. anonymous
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    @Jack_Prism we meet again (: And yes Its True

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    Statistics are numbers that give reliable facts that you can always trust. True False

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    what do you think chris?

  11. anonymous
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    false

  12. anonymous
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    False is correct.

  13. anonymous
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    You can't always trust statistics.

  14. Jack_Prism
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    wait what?

  15. Keigh2015
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    yeah it is false

  16. anonymous
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    Choose the type of propaganda technique described or exemplified below. ridiculing an opponent name-calling transfer blame-game

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    i have no clue

  18. anonymous
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    Only one question per tab at least 2 for the max.

  19. anonymous
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    Try not to post multiple questions in one tab.

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    k

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