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Much of this influence won't occur directly among the attendees to the event but be mediated by way of the TV audience tuning in live to the Rally and to those who catch coverage of the event as it transcends both hard news and entertainment news audiences. Below is the news feature by Barrett summarizing Feldman's analysis of the event. Feldman says the Stewart-Colbert event has the potential to reach people far beyond those flocking to Washington, D.
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Aside from its broader appeal to citizens who are traditionally less-active in politics, the event may especially stand to appeal to people who currently consider themselves the politically disgruntled: moderates. Two years after young people overwhelmingly voted for Barack Obama, predictions are that they will not be turning out for the midterm elections. Some Democratic politicians reportedly are concerned that the event could interfere with the final push to get Democratic voters to the polls, both by drawing people who might otherwise be out canvassing in their local communities and by pulling media coverage away from President Obama and other high profile Democrats the weekend before November 2.
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Preview an Edge video. Videos Space is dead: A challenge to the standard model of quantum mechanics. Stewart-Colbert Event a Gateway to Political Activism Last month I posted a series of interviews with my colleague Lauren Feldman , a leading expert on the influence of political entertainment and a professor in the School of Communication at American University. People who constantly complain are harmful to your health.
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Localism manifests itself in a variety of forms. Private philanthropists, state representatives and community activists have all banded together to garner opportunities and funding for young and beginning farmers in their own communities.
Salatin told me. The same principles apply to urban planning, as Chuck Marohn, the president of Strong Towns , has learned.
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After decades working as a professional engineer and urban planner, Mr. Marohn decided our current planning system hurts towns and cities far more than it helps them. So he started the Strong Towns website and podcast to facilitate dialogue within individual communities.
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He travels the country introducing mayors, planners and citizens to infrastructure and planning approaches that are, in his mind, largely apolitical. Marohn said.
People no longer use left and right talking points. Localism often manifests itself in local-scale economic measures or laws.
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Marohn has found that many of the most helpful infrastructure fixes for impoverished towns and cities are small, low budget and gradual — such as doing street maintenance, planting trees, building crosswalks and cleaning up parks. But localism can also display itself in greater elasticity among private philanthropy, public policy and the financial sector: As Mr. Katz and Mr. Nowak document in their book, private businesses and philanthropies have worked alongside city governments to achieve important reforms in places like Indianapolis, Pittsburgh and Chattanooga, Tenn.
A deeper challenge to localism, as fewer Americans get their news from the local press, is the warlike rhetoric that dominates our national news cycle.
We are more likely to know about Mr. If citizens turn off cable news and instead step outside their front doors, seeking to care for their communities, they may help fight back some of the anger that has fractured our politics. For those who volunteer together at a local soup kitchen, homeless shelter, Rotary Club or Boy Scout troop, national battles matter much less than local, tangible needs.