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Tools of Fear/Demonization/Tragedy in Tucson

On Demonizing Rhetoric & Aggressive Action

Highlighted Essay: The Political Economy of Character Assassination: Who Invests in and Profits from the Discourse of Hate? by Jonathan Michael Feldman

After Tucson: The Right-Wing Media Offensive by Political Research Associates
Conservative pundits have been quick to criticize as opportunistic the suggestion that Jared Lee Loughner, the accused shooter in the January 8 Tucson killing spree, might have been influenced by right-wing conspiracy theories or violent rhetoric.

Right-Wing Rhetoric

Earlier Warnings of Bigotry or Violence Stemming From Right-Wing Rhetoric

Outlandish Right-Wing Rhetoric

Multiple Reports on Media Matters for America


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