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Are digital parties the future of party organization? A symposium on The Digital Party: Political Organisation and Online Democracy by Paolo Gerbaudo

  • Katharine Dommett (a1), Jasmin Fitzpatrick (a2), Lorenzo Mosca (a3) and Paolo Gerbaudo (a4)

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Are digital parties the future of party organization? A symposium on The Digital Party: Political Organisation and Online Democracy by Paolo Gerbaudo

  • Katharine Dommett (a1), Jasmin Fitzpatrick (a2), Lorenzo Mosca (a3) and Paolo Gerbaudo (a4)

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