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Which of these best explains who was responsible for The War of the Worlds panic? The radio station was to blame. They should have included more warnings about the broadcast or taken the responsibility of warning viewers properly. The listeners were at fault. It was their responsibility to determine whether or not it was a real news broadcast. Orson Welles was to blame for making the broadcast too realistic. H.G. Wells was to blame. The plot was very believable

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    responsibility of warning viewers properly. The listeners were at fault. It was their responsibility to determine whether or not it was a real news broadcast. Orson Welles was to blame for making the broadcast too realistic. H.G. Wells was to blame. The plot was very believable.

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