Monthly Archives: October 2017

Government And Politics Superseded By Internet+

In, Usual Politics: A Critique and Some Suggestions for an Alternative,  I described the bankruptcy/collapse of governments dubbed “democratic”.  (A few people then, and more now, agree.)  I described–correctly, I believe–the decline of legislatures, voting, and elected officials and the rise of … Continue reading

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Survey Researchers Acknowledge Need For Data From Non-Asking Sources

In Newsletter No 95, copied below, which I received from a university survey research center in late September, 2017,  survey researchers acknowledge that survey research results/answers might not be accurate and, therefore, answers must be checked with data from non-asking … Continue reading

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