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The following post by Sam Roggeveen first appeared on The Interpreter: NY Times political reporter Matt Bai is in Sydney, and this morning he spoke at the US Consulate about how the internet has changed US politics. Some interesting observations: -The internet is now part of the US political mainstream, which should be no surprise, given how important it has been for some time to others facets of American life. Politics is a late adopter.-This is the last election cycle in which TV advertising will dominate campaign budgeting.-The online revolution will be more important for politics than was the switch […]

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