With our technology, is a direct-democracy possible?
If so, would that be wise? Why or why not?
Do you mean where officials are elected directly by a popular vote, eliminating the electoral college for presidential elections? Sure, it is possible technologically. I haven't given it too much thought but on the face of it, it does sound appealing. I understand the original reasons for the electoral college but am not sure those reasons are still valid. The ramifications would have to be given some serious thought, though.
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