Fred Buck November 19, 1996
THE INTERNET AND THE POOR
The Internet and the Poor", in: Brian Kahin and Keller, James, ed. Public
Access to the Internet. JFK School of Government. MIT Press, Cambridge,
Flying toward the Fin de Siecle: We're In Charge
of Computers for Poor People
US Census Bureau
"INTERNET ACCESS IN THE INNER CITY"
By Sergio Gregorio
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Falling Through the Net
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