Will the web succeed in making these items effectively known where old media have not?

If politics and the old media still get away with quietly ignoring the catalogue of damage cited as done to lives by the authoritarian structure of school, even in an era that claims to be strong on child protection, then no citizens even of the oldest democracies can ever trust that they are being told the whole range of political ideas and buried facts. They must look to the participative media to show them how much else there is to dig out. The web is a great democratic thing but can the old media feel they have its impact safely contained by the peer pressure effect of their consensus for a limited range of political thought? The web has not created a publishing free-for-all.

Will items like the following just sit online in plain sight and yet remain widely enough unrealised for political elites to ignore them?