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Media in America Society

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The Media How in the world did California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger andPresident Ronald Reagan get elected The answer is the media These twoartists may have played powerful commanding roles as actors but how thevoting masses leaped to believing that they actually had a mandate to servethe people is a gross lapse in reasoning and it deserves a reckoning Could it be that the effects of the modern media are so intoxicating thatpeople can no longer discern an elected official from an actor

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