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Ralph Benko's cult classic book on Internet-based advocacy, The Websters' Dictionary: how to use the Web to Transform the World, won the most prestigious award in Web-based advocacy, The Trophée du Choix Des Internautes from the World e-Democracy Society in Paris.
His columns have drawn millions of documented page views.
From two years spent as Senior Counselor to the Chamber of Digital Commerce he has demonstrated expertise in crypto and the blockchain, as well as other deep experience in high tech and with startups.
From working as a junior White House official with Reagan, and in and with federal agencies with Reagan and Bush, and with the Congress, he has established an extraordinary track record in government affairs.
Select Columns and Blogs:
Forbes.com, A Golden Age (410 columns)
The Lehrman Institute’s TheGoldStandardNow.org, (~400 blogs, archived)
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Buzz Aldrin, astronaut, Apollo XI, Gemini XII; Member, National Space Council:
Steve Forbes, Editor in Chief of Forbes Media:
“Brilliantly, and with wit, Ralph Benko provides agitators and advocacy groups the way to get our message out and to ‘organize’ in the Web 2.0 world.”
Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia.org:
“Benko provides the reader with a gentle guide through the dark forests of political advocacy on the Internet. A must read for anyone wishing to understand how the Internet is changing politics forever.”
George Gilder, author of Wealth and Poverty, Microcosm, Telecosm, and Life After Google:
“The Websters’ Dictionary is … a cornucopian resource for all compendious world-warpers.”
Lawrence Lessig, Roy L. Furman Professor of Law at Harvard Law School and the former director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University:
"Benko has been using his genius to do evil for a very long time. I would hate him — if I didn’t admire his talent so much, or his brilliance so consistently."
Joan Blades, co-founder of MoveOn.org:
"Ten years ago, after my husband Wes Boyd and I founded MoveOn.org Ralph Benko wrote The Websters' Dictionary, on how we did it. It is remarkable that Ralph, 'the second most conservative person in the world,' could write with such insight and fairness about 'his enemies.' He calls me his Arch-nemesis. He is my Professor Moriarty, an adversary of nefarious ingenuity. His proficiency with new and social media is scary. Retain his services if you do not fear using the Dark Side of the Force."
Alejandro Chafuen, chairman of Atlas Foundation at Forbes.com:
“As with Benko …, it is not uncommon for talented individuals to outperform their own organizations.”
Gene Weingarten, The Washington Post:
“Ralph Benko … the second most conservative person in the world.”
The Instruction Manual For Web Advocacy (Benko and Collier, 2016)
Copernicus’s Essay on Money (Benko and Kadlec, editors)
Roadmap for the 21st Century: Monetary Policy (Ferrara and Benko)
Receiving the Blessing by the High Priest of Israel Abedel on the Mountain of Blessings in the Holy Land