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In presence of a timedependent macroscopic electric field the electron dynamics of dielectrics cannot be described by the timedependent density only. We present a realtime formalism that has the density and the macroscopic polarization P as key quantities. We show that a simple local function of P already captures longrange correlation in linear and nonlinear optical response functions.
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