The Moveon Effect: The Unexpected Transformation of American Political Advocacy

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Index
lSky.org, 50, 113
350.org, 50
60/Plus, 46
Abramowitz, Alan, engaged public, 70
ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), 135, 152, 198n77
ActBlue.com
DailyKos, 59–60
fundraising, 13, 20, 102, 199n40
fundraising and power of bundle, 109–112
fundraising widget, 111f
Internet anonymity, 149
memberlists, 203n19
model, 112, 124
non-membership associations, 106, 138
PoliticalActionCommittee (PAC), 111–112
action ask, membership, 187
activated public opinion, social media, 166–168
Adamic, Lada, blogosphere, 75, 128, 179
Adelson, Sheldon, 131
advertising
analog and digital, 44
online communication, 188–189
advocacy groups
DailyKos, 58–61
MoveOnmodel, 29
new generation, 4
taking action, 196n30
advocacy inflation
half-life of political tactics, 163–166
term, 163, 209n31
Affordable Care Act, public option in, 12–13
AFL-CIO, participation in Wisconsin, 5
Air America, radio, 125
Alexa.com, 180, 181
Alinsky, Saul, 107, 141
All, David, 147
Allen, George, 62, 147, 168
The Amateur Democrat, Wilson, 80
Amazon, 88, 201n22
America Coming Together (ACT), 103, 124
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 46
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 6, 49, 184
American conservatism, ideology, 141
American Federation of Teachers, 115
American Left
comparing blog networks, 128–130
media bias, 200n58
vs. American Right online, 125
American politics, Internet-mediated organizations, 3–4
American Right
American Left vs., online, 125
comparing blog networks, 128–130
media bias, 200n58
American Scene, 147
Americans for Prosperity(AFP), 74, 144
Americans for Tax Reform, 138, 147, 155
America Votes Coalition, 103
Amnesty International, 184
Anderson, Chris, 158
Anderson, C. W., 36
Apple Newton, PDA, 88
The Argument, Bai, 32
Armey, Dick, Tea Party Express, 136, 138
Armstrong, Jerome, netroots leader, 135, 141, 179
Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN), 135, 152, 198n77
Astroturf
liberal claims forTea Party, 132, 136, 137
outsourcing, campaign functions, 204n38
term, 206n37
Avaaz.org, 29

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