Citizenville: How to Take the Town Square Digital and Reinvent Government
Gavin Newsom, Lisa Dickey
“A attention-grabbing case for a extra engaged govt, reworked to fulfill the demanding situations and probabilities of the twenty-first century.” —President William J. Clinton
A rallying cry for revolutionizing democracy within the electronic age, Citizenville finds how usual americans can reshape their executive for the higher. Gavin Newsom, the lieutenant governor of California, argues that today’s govt is caught within the final century while—in either the personal zone and our own lives—absolutely every thing else has replaced. Drawing on wide-ranging interviews with thinkers and politicians, Newsom exhibits how american citizens can remodel their govt, taking issues into their very own fingers to dissolve political gridlock whilst they produce tangible adjustments within the actual international. Citizenville is a well timed highway map for restoring American prosperity and for reinventing citizenship in today’s networked age.
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everyone seems to be an early adopter. And it’s not easy adequate to embody new applied sciences even if you’re definite they’ll be round for it slow. So how will we count on our substantial, slow-moving executive to be at the entrance strains of innovation?—especially while the panorama of that innovation is affected by the corpses of such a lot of “next titanic things.” A FLEET OF WRIGHT FLYERS Moving into the twenty-first century is probably not so challenging if our govt weren’t mired in a twentieth-century bureaucratic version. Our.
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