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Politicians and those who control the private economy claim to act in the public interest. Yet as the debates these groups conduct about policy grow increasingly absurd, it is imperative, argues Dan Hind, that the public takes the reins. The Return of the Public addresses today's bleak state of affairs with a vision for a new participatory politics based on the wholesale reform of the media.