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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Nicco A. Mele
But technology is used as leverage to challenge the establishment, and the left's advantage is only temporary, said Nicco A. Mele, a Harvard lecturer on technology and politics who was webmaster for the Dean campaign.
And that leaves him open to people like Ron Paul," Mr. Mele said, pointing to the upstart libertarian-leaning congressman from Texas and presidential candidate who pioneered the "money bomb," where thousands of people log on to donate on a specific day.