Friday, 9 May 2008


In 1968 a march against the Vietnam War was estimated to number 100 000 people. In February 2003 British police estimated 750 000 marched against a new war in Iraq (other analysts estimated 2 million were involved), which was reflected in similar demonstrations around the world. It had no visible effect on government policy!
Interactive Democracy provides a system to give demonstrators real political power, should they be able to persuade the majority of their views.

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