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Day Two at Personal Democracy Forum: What Happens After 'Reboot'?

NEW YORK, June 24 – “What happens next?” is the question Andrew Rasiej used to start off the Tuesday morning panel discussion at the Personal Democracy Forum here.

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NEW YORK, June 24, First Thing in the Morning – “What happens next?” is the question Andrew starts us off with and the quesiton he wants to guide today’s session. The question concerns what comes after the reboot of American Democracy that was discussed yesterday and what we can do with the Democratizing tools to positively impact how government operates. Andrew wants to know what the audience is gonna do if they get to the White House and get a chance to help the next president change the way America does business, does democracy, and does citizenship. The morning speakers seek to address future efforts towards a more direct democracy where the influence of traditional moneyed power brokers can be restrained by and in the favor of a new, progressive citizenry with its finger on the button of the technology for a better Democracy.

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NEW YORK, June 24, First Thing in the Morning – “What happens next?” is the question Andrew starts us off with and the quesiton he wants to guide today’s session. The question concerns what comes after the reboot of American Democracy that was discussed yesterday and what we can do with the Democratizing tools to positively impact how government operates. Andrew wants to know what the audience is gonna do if they get to the White House and get a chance to help the next president change the way America does business, does democracy, and does citizenship. The morning speakers seek to address future efforts towards a more direct democracy where the influence of traditional moneyed power brokers can be restrained by and in the favor of a new, progressive citizenry with its finger on the button of the technology for a better Democracy.

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NEW YORK, June 24, First Thing in the Morning – “What happens next?” is the question Andrew starts us off with and the quesiton he wants to guide today’s session. The question concerns what comes after the reboot of American Democracy that was discussed yesterday and what we can do with the Democratizing tools to positively impact how government operates. Andrew wants to know what the audience is gonna do if they get to the White House and get a chance to help the next president change the way America does business, does democracy, and does citizenship. The morning speakers seek to address future efforts towards a more direct democracy where the influence of traditional moneyed power brokers can be restrained by and in the favor of a new, progressive citizenry with its finger on the button of the technology for a better Democracy.

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NEW YORK, June 24, First Thing in the Morning – “What happens next?” is the question Andrew starts us off with and the quesiton he wants to guide today’s session. The question concerns what comes after the reboot of American Democracy that was discussed yesterday and what we can do with the Democratizing tools to positively impact how government operates. Andrew wants to know what the audience is gonna do if they get to the White House and get a chance to help the next president change the way America does business, does democracy, and does citizenship. The morning speakers seek to address future efforts towards a more direct democracy where the influence of traditional moneyed power brokers can be restrained by and in the favor of a new, progressive citizenry with its finger on the button of the technology for a better Democracy.

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