THE INTERNET PRESIDENCYHisSpaceHow would Obama’s success in online campaigning translate into governing?by Marc Ambinder
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It’s worth noting that some of the best-known presidents in U.S. history have stood at the vanguard of past communications revolutions—and that a few have used those revolutions not only to mobilize voters and reach the White House but also to consolidate power and change the direction of politics once they got there.
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