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A New Political 'Clickocracy'?

In today's WaPost, Jose Antonio Vargas writes,

Like it or not, we now belong to a clickocracy -- one nation under Google, with video and e-mail for all.
... In all seriousness, this is a very well-written and thought-provoking look at how ubiquitous the internet is -- how it's changing politics -- and what it all means.
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Read the whole thing here.

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