Friday, September 01, 2006


Is the public no longer needed?

One side of the deliberation about democracy says we Americans have entered into an age of politics that no longer needs a public. In fact, some say being a citizen has become a role with little substance.

If you would like to explore this idea, as well as ways for getting citizens more involved, please request a copy of the "Revitalizing Democracy" discussion guide materials from me.

Otherwise, you tell me, what is left for a citizen to do? What is the answer?
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