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Preparations for the second US presidential debate in 2016.

Each election season, candidates across political parties make promises to voters. They also attack their opponents, often unfairly. Logical fallacies are common in political races. Candidates often use false dilemmas, strawman arguments, and other tactics to mislead people. Their speeches regularly include words more meant to persuade voters than inform them. But there are ways to prevent being duped by politicians’ claims.

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