React applications work with data that may frequently change and the UI needs to update in respond to these changes. Such data is called state, and it can be stored either in the global scope, where it is accessible to all components, or in the component scope, where it is accessible to only a single component and optionally its children. State management libraries like Redux allow us to store data in the global scope and write methods to access and change it.
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