Taking back control

We can take back control by building a popular network, a movement built from the ground up. Now is not the time to give up hope. A people's network can help establish true democracy and put real power in the hands of the people.

In this article on openDemocracy entitled The revolution will be networked Paul Hilder offers some very good arguments as to how the left needs to organise going forward. It says:
A networked labour movement will help the Labour party to forge better alliances with the growing plurality of progressive and left forces. It requires moving decisively to harness technology in the service of individuals, communities and the common good, to fundamentally and irreversibly shift power into the hands of the many.
I urge you to read it.

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