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What Would Democracy Look Like?
Signs of a spreading voting revolution are sprouting up around the country in the most unlikely places—especially in George W. Bush's old stomping grounds, the state of Texas.
With newspapers, television, radio, record labels, and Internet providers owned by a few giant corporations, only a narrow spectrum of voices get heard. Here's what Americans are doing to reclaim the power to speak out
The American Civil Liberties Union recently declared open, competitive Internet access to be “one of the key free speech issues of the early 21st century,” adding that “the Internet’s potential for free expression, civic involvement and economic innovation” are at stake.
What if we could find a new kind of power, one that changes the rules, gives us new stories, and allows everyone to win?
What if the American people chose a different path? What if we chose not to assume the mantle of empire?
Citizens keep hope alive in dark times
Spurred by reports of an aggressive military buildup and failure to rein in corporate terrorists, Belgium is pressing for a preemptive strike against the regime of George W. Bush.
How would you like to distribute 200 million dollars to your fellow citizens? That’s the amount of money the city of Porto Alegre spends in an average year for construction and services—money not committed to fixed expenses like debt service and pensions.