Politics as usual: the cyberspace "revolution"

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Sage Publications, 2000 - Computers - 246 pages
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Examining the effects of the Internet on American politics, this book reveals its potential as a tool for empowering people to challenge existing power structures. However, the authors show how the American political system tends to normalize political activity, and thus the Internet's vast subversive potential could be lost, rendering it just another purveyor of ignored information.

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Contents

A Brief History
25
Organizing Lobbying
53
Elected Officials and Government Bureaucracy
77
Copyright

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The Network Society
Darin Barney
Limited preview - 2004
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