The Campaign on the Web

March 7 2000 9:30 PM

The Campaign on the Web

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When Buchanan switched parties, he also switched his Web site and logo. For a Reform candidate, he's surprisingly upfront about his pro-life plank, though " Cleaning Corruption Out of Government" is (more suitably) his No. 1 issue. His new book, which prompted critics to call him soft on Nazi Germany, is proudly displayed on his home page, so you can judge it for yourself (but first you'll have to buy it). The low-tech site lets Pat's peasant army contribute, join an e-mail list, and browse speeches, press releases, and policy statements.

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Bottom line: Peasants with PCs

Libertarians

Harry Browne's Web site

When you enter the site, a pot leaf signifying medical marijuana pops up on your screen. If you click the link to join Browne's exploratory committee, you get a form that begins, "Due to the complexity of FEC regulations, we are unable to accept on-line donations at this time." If you click "Join the Libertarian Party," you're required to check a box affirming that you "do not believe in or advocate the initiation of force as a means of achieving political or social goals"--just to make sure you're not Tim McVeigh.

Bottom line: Wild, Wild Web

Unannounced

Warren Beatty's Web site

A pretty logo with literally nothing behind it.

Bottom line: Inauspicious metaphor

Criticism and Parody

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Why all cracker names sound alike.

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This Whimsical Driverless Car Imagines Transportation in 2059

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