This is a lecture presented at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University if Ljubljana, Slovenia on 21 November 2013.

The topic concerns major ways in which American elections are now quite different after 2012, including the new majority, the preserved digital memory, the role of social media, voter information processing habits and others.

The speaker is Alfred Snider, Edwin Lawrence Professor of Forensics at the University of Vermont and director of the Lawrence Debate Union debate.uvm.edu/debateblog/LDU/Team.html and the World Debate Institute debate.uvm.edu/debateblog/wdi/Welcome.html . See his professional web page at debate.uvm.edu/alfredsnider.html

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