Consume Less News, More History
In this short verbal essay, Nakota argues that the way news is presented on most media outlets is unhelpful for thinking about the world constructively, as well as approaching pressing political, economic, and social issues creatively. Instead, he contends that it is more useful to read history because, in addition to being less inflammatory than much of what news media outlets generally offer, it can provide detailed insights issues that are relevant today. Nakota also provides links to valuable information sources, such as Cornell University's free online library.
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