How Online Extremists Are 'Hijacking' The American Conversation : Fresh Air 'New Yorker' staff writer Andrew Marantz spent years with far-right online extremists, embedding with them and watching them spread false news by exploiting social media. His new book is 'Antisocial.'

Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews the new streaming service Disney+.
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How Online Extremists Are 'Hijacking' The American Conversation

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How Online Extremists Are 'Hijacking' The American Conversation

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'New Yorker' staff writer Andrew Marantz spent years with far-right online extremists, embedding with them and watching them spread false news by exploiting social media. His new book is 'Antisocial.'

Also, TV critic David Bianculli reviews the new streaming service Disney+.