The Net, Issue #12

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The US Election

Election 2000: Internet influences close race (US)

WITH THE PRESIDENTIAL election too close to call as it heads down to the
wire, more Americans -- and the candidates vying to represent them -- are
grabbing on to electronic tools to either make or influence the decisions
that could decide Tuesday's outcome.


Bush Will Widen the Digital Divide (US)

Al Gore has a clear policy on the Digital Divide.

When you go to the polls on Election Day, please remember that a
vote for George W. Bush is a vote for closed Internet access.


Gore Would Grow the Government (US)

George W. Bush would do more for the Digital Divide by doing less.

If you're waiting to exhale until the U.S. government swoops in and
saves the populace from the troubling Digital Divide problem, you'd
better reconsider.


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John Walker, Publisher, The Net
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