Partially unnoticed midst elections in the US and crises abroad has been the evolution of society into what is being called a “post-truth” era. This arresting phrase, coined more than a decade ago and noted with growing concern since then, describes the increasing disregard for truth in politics and the media by those who issue—or blandly accept—statements that have no basis in fact.
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