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Berkeley blogger Markos Moulitsas wants nothing less than to reinvent party politics.

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Even after a bruising election season, Moulitsas still has the attention of thousands of progressive voters who are looking toward the 2006 midterm elections. And just like him, they're spoiling for the next fight.

"I've seen our collective voice nudge the media into taking some responsibility for truth and fairness," reader Jones-Wilson writes. "I've seen political officials back down, commentators retract or rephrase statements, alternative media pick up threads of a story and carry them into the public awareness. The power of the people who are both informed and motivated is tremendous indeed. Who could go back to sleep after tasting that?"

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