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Author Morris, Dick
Title / Dick Morris
Imprint Los, Angeles, CA. : Renaissance Books ; [New York] : Distributed by St. Martin's Press, c1999
book jacket
 人文社會聯圖  JK1764 M69 1999    AVAILABLE    30610020071460
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  323.042 M8318 1999    AVAILABLE  -  30500101470303
Edition 1st ed
Descript 236 p. ; 24 cm
Note On front of dust jacket cover: "How big-money lobbyists and the media are losing their influence, and the Internet is giving power back to the people."
Vox populi in cyberspace -- The incredible shrinking Congress -- Virtual elections -- The diminishing importance of money in elections -- The new voters, the X generation asserts its power -- How the Internet will change the media -- Campaigning to win the Fifth Estate -- The end of polling -- The weakening of political parties -- The lobbyists meet democracy -- State and local politics -- How the Internet will change the justice system -- International democracy -- The empire strikes back -- The inevitable backlash
How the Fourth Estate took power -- The decline of the Fourth Estate -- The death of scandal -- Direct communication wins out -- How the politicians blew it, partisanship made Americans sick -- Congress is losing its power
Subject Political participation -- United States -- Computer network resources
Internet -- Political aspects -- United States
Lobbying -- United States
Mass media -- Political aspects -- United States
Mass media and public opinion -- United States
Alt Title Vote dot com
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