Brodsky, Ira
August 2000
Network World;08/28/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 35, p43
Trade Publication
Comments on the growing role of the Internet in the political process in the United States. Ability of the Internet to enhance representative democracy; Campaign Web sites; Potential of the Internet to be used as a tool to enact real campaign reform.


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