Moving from classical Greece to the present, Public Space and
Democracy provides both historical accounts and a comparative
analytical framework for understanding public space both as a place
and as a product of various media, from speech to the Internet.
These essays make a powerful case for thinking of modern
technological developments not as the end of public space, but as
an opportunity for reframing the idea of the public and of the
public space as the locus of power.
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