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Extreme Democracy by Jon Lebkowsky, Mitch Ratcliffe

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Extreme Democracy
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Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN/ASIN: 1411631390
ISBN-13: 9781411631397
Number of pages: 372

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Are blogs and other emerging technologies changing the face of politics? Extreme Democracy is a collection of writings about the impact of technology on the political process. Authors include Steven Johnson, Joi Ito, David Weinberger, Jay Rosen, Mitch Ratcliffe, Jon Lebkowsky, danah boyd, and many others.

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