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Regarding use of the media, spin can best be defined as A. deliberately fabricating information. B. casting a positive light on negative facts. C. arguments based on emotion rather than reason. D. meaningless arguments.
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User: Regarding use of the media, spin can best be defined as A. deliberately fabricating information. B. casting a positive light on negative facts. C. arguments based on emotion rather than reason. D. meaningless arguments.

Weegy: Regarding use of the media, spin can best be defined as A. casting a positive light on negative facts.
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User: Suppose you're interested in finding information on your senators and representatives and on current bills before Congress. Which one of the following resources would be best for this purpose? A. History books B. Television C. Your public library D. Your local newspaper

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Suppose you're interested in finding information on your senators and representatives and on current bills before Congress. Your public library would be best for this purpose.
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