Instructional capital

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Instructional capital is code, knowledge, manuals, audit techniques, textbooks, encyclopedias, facts histories, anything that has some instructional or obvious practical purpose. Fiction may qualify if it's clearly cautionary or illustrative of some principle. The instructional capital of SourceWatch is its content, and any unadvertised ways it checks integrity of that content systematically to ensure its reputation for truth and intolerance of any propaganda techniques directed from one party to another via this medium.