|We must be doing something right! Since
the creation of TAN+N2 we have received
many messages encouraging our efforts. We thank you for your letters. Here's a sample:
I'm researching an English paper, the topic of which is to prove that it would be
beneficial to the United States to move to an electronic democracy. While surfing the net
for info, I came across your web page and found it simply incredible. It was very helpful
and I just wanted to congratulate you on doing such a terrific job.
University of Michigan
This is a fantastic site! I am very impressed and am going to share the info on it with
the members of the Young Republican National Federation and other politicos I know.
Congratulations on a job well done. I'll be back to visit often.
Political finance consultant in Arkansas
Excellent! Kudos, etc. . . Thanks to you and your project. Your organizing and
informative service is the single most important part of a movement and is fundamentally
crucial to help us coalesce and coagulate. Please take a look at my site Zanzabar. It is
just an idea but I would like to let it take over my life into a project or career that I
had not anticipated.
Solutions, an Alternative Web Newspaper
La Honda, Ca.
Is there any hope left, among people like yourselves, that representative democracy can
be fixed? It is great that some of us are becoming better informed, but then what? Can the
public really decide all major issues by referenda? It seems that, in the end, we have to
find ways to be accurately represented in Congress. Again, thank you and congratulations.
New York City, N. Y.
First, many congratulations on TAN+N --- a very clear, user friendly site. I've
dipped into it several times and always departed wanting more! . . . Finally, are you
aware that a group has formed to launch an E-democracy project in the UK? . . . The
project has been developing over the past year and we are currently talking to major
commercial sponsors in order to take it on to the next stage.
UK Citizens Online Democracy
I have included your website in a unit I am teaching next semester: Consultation and
Participation. It's an undergrad course --- part of the Bachelor of Science degree. I've
offered students a "bag" of assessment items and one of their choices is to
access websites and to write about the relevance of these sites to students' lives
(workplace, community, etc. . .). Your website is offered as a starting point.
Faculty of Education, Work & Training
Southern Cross University, Australia
Also in Italy the direct democracy exist! I am a member of the "Associazione
Democrazia Diretta. . ." We are a little (and young) association, and we are happy
for your existence. . ..
Good work! ...ad maiora!
Associazione Democrazia Diretta
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