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By Cass Sunstein | September 12, 2007

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In this Carnegie Council Public Affairs Program, Cass Sunstein discusses the relationship between new communications media and democratic health. Does the Internet create self-selecting information silos that breed extremism? Sunstein outlines interesting tendencies toward group polarization, especially in judicial voting patterns.

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