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Wikipedia being notoriously opinionated and subjective on politics related topics not exactly true. That's easy to assume considering the nature of Wikipedia where all people are allowed to edit a page, but If you read a political Wikipedia article, and then venture outside of Wikipedia to read articles elsewhere, you will likely find that the Wikipedia ...


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My main issue with questions that are easily answered by Wikipedia - or any other equally easily discoverable reference site - is that they are absolutely boring. On all other Stack Exchange sites I participate, requiring people to do at least some minimal research before they ask is an essential part of the culture. We sugar coat it, we tell people that ...


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You are referring the English wikipedia only. But in such matters as history or politics, just make the effort of visiting the same page in other languages, and you could be surprised how different they can be. Wikipedia shouldn't be trusted when it comes to such themes as history and politics. And it's not the Wikipedia, but Wikipedias. Just take such ...


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