New politics, new media, new majority

Budowsky, Brent
June 2007
Hill;6/20/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 74, p24
The author reflects on the significance of new media on politics, particularly the Democrats in the U.S. He commented that Democrats are organizing around the Internet in alliance with progressive radio and their views are merged with a strong majority of political independents. The author added that the new politics and new media are rooted in time-honored values of American idealism, the common values of diverse faiths, and advancing trends of media technology.


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