Bigger than TV itself

May 2000
Inc.;2000 State of Small Business, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p60
Interviews Mike McCurry, a political consultant and member of the board of advisers of Grassroots.com, regarding the impact of the Internet on politics. How technological innovations affected the practice of politics; Effect of television on politics; Impact of the Internet on the relationship between those who elect and those who govern; How the Internet can improve the quality of citizenship.


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