MediaSavvy nails the "digital divide"

I don't know who came up with the phrase "Digital Divide", but it's brilliant. It (unintentionally) redirects us from the growing divide between the rich and the poor in this country. Should we focus on ameliorating the digital divide or on helping the poor with income, housing, education, and medical care? How can we focus on the digital divide when Republicans and Democrats alike are targeting income, inheritance, and dividend tax breaks at the rich?

It's a loaded issue that doesn't get enough attention.

Posted by jzawodn at December 11, 2002 08:45 PM

Reader Comments
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on December 11, 2002 09:16 PM
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