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Leah D. Schade

This is a very helpful article with important insights about how non-sequitor speech is affecting both social discourse and teaching in high-ed. I would call this a form of gaslighting. I've written about it here, and have updated my post to include a link to your excellent piece. http://ecopreacher.blogspot.com/2017/01/gaslighting-in-age-of-trump-tips-for.html

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