W&W on the Radio: Campaigns by 140 Characters

Twitter's announcement that it will start accepting political advertising raises the prospect of a whole new kind of campaigning, where policy planks are reduced to hashtags. But that may not necessarily be a bad thing.

That's the latest edition of W&W on the Radio, featuring my cohosts Maegan Carberry and Kristen Soltis, which you can listen to here or on the link below.

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