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View Diary: "Twelve Traps to Avoid" By George Lakoff and the Rockridge Institute (197 comments)

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    I actually am not convinced that we need more collections so much as constant action.  I think the key to success in framing is that it is always an active effort.  The great, great success of Lakoff's project has been the vast number of Americans he has inspired to be active in the process.  Each new person who has stepped up to think actively about framing has weakened the Republican spin machine far beyond the measure of one.

    But how we remain active, remain engaged, that's a tricky problem--a new problem.  And I think these 12 suggests are a great start.  

    That much being said, kossacks should always feel free to keep up on the wiki site here or or to use the search function over at Frameshop.

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