First, [it] attempts to nurture and rebuild democratic experience by supporting various mechanisms to make democratic practice real in the lives of citizens.
Second, [it] opens a steadily expanding wedge of time for individuals to participate in democracy. This is one of the Pluralist Commonwealth's most important elements.
Third, [it aims] to translate technological gains into greater equality - thereby offering long-term possibilities for equality of democratic participation in general and for challenging and containing the power of large-scale enterprise in particular.
Fourth ..., the change in ownership legitimizes the public's inherent right to ensure that major firms are made accountable to larger concerns
Fifth, the longer-range Pluralist Commonwealth vision ultimately and over the long haul also reduces the scale of public institutions that hold firms to account.