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E-Democracy

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o dikefalos aitos se gama
08-11-2003
04:39 AM ET (US)
aek ole original aek ole original orig, dikefale se agapw. opou kai an paizies tha se akoloutho.
AEK FC
Athens Ultras
original21.com
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Mi JaPerson was signed in when posted
02-01-2002
11:24 AM ET (US)
Stephen

A good paper. I have read your various writings, and I have noticed that your e-democracy advocacy appears to accept as a given the institutionalised models of representative democracy evident in the "West". Surley adding the e-engine to the existing institional and power frameworks will only ensure a continuance of what is the status quo - yes even in 2050.

One aspect you have mentioned from time to time is the abilility of the Internet medium to localise and network information and knowledge exchange. Perhaps the e-democracy evolutionary process will see a decentralisation of representative democracy, and yes even a trend towards that thing we learnt about from the writtings of the 1960's - participative democracy.

Keep up the great work!

Regards

Michael
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Steven Clift
01-14-2002
02:23 PM ET (US)
Share your comments on my Future of E-Democracy speech with others. Tell me where I am just plain wrong. Share your stories and related web addresses on e-democracy related projects and practices that impress you.

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Steven Clift
http://www.publicus.net

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