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Power and the Web
In a new Sunday Supplement, the editor of the Spectator, Matthew D'ancona, asks this question: how can the internet be used to bring about political change?

Matthew D'Ancona
Matthew D'Ancona
He talks to grassroots campaigning groups and to those who believe that the web is changing the relationship between voters and politicians. But others argue that it can also be used for malign purposes.

In part two, he argues that the impact of the web on the way young people discuss politics has huge implications for both politicians and the traditional media.

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Power and the Web part one


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