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Peer collaboration is an ancient tradition, with a history as rich and illustrious as the more commonly celebrated histories of states or markets. The Internet is the most visible recent achievement in that tradition. Society has long benefited from non-market forms of open collaboration, and there aren’t enough voices in the current political conversation reminding us of those benefits. For peer progressives, the Internet is a case-study and a role model.
stevenberlinjohnson.com: What Peer Progressives Really Believe
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