"What people need most when confronted with a claim that may not be 100% true is things they can do to get closer to the truth. They need something I have decided to call “moves.”
Moves accomplish intermediate goals in the fact-checking process. They are associated with specific tactics. Here are the four moves this guide will hinge on:
In general, you can try these moves in sequence. If you find success at any stage, your work might be done." -- Michael Caulfield
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