Author Archives: Lessig

On the sad state of our so called democracy

I have a letter in the New York Review of Books responding to Elizabeth Drew’s article about money… (Original post on Tumblr)

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On Rootstrikers

Almost 8 years ago, Joe Trippi, Aaron Swartz and I started an organization to fight the corrupting… (Original post on Tumblr)

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The vice in subtlety

Last week I published an essay in The Atlantic. As I have described before, the title (”Could… (Original post on Tumblr)

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Seeing Through the Noise from lessig on Vimeo. Keynote given at…

Seeing Through the Noise from lessig on Vimeo. Keynote given at the Ideas City conference, 28 May 2015, NYC. (Original post on Tumblr)

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Enough: Anti-corruption/pro-equality Dems must draw the line with Clinton (aka, Clinton has a Johnson problem)

I’ve got a piece in The Atlantic today that’s been a bit prettified by the headline (”Could Hillary… (Original post on Tumblr)

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“For the banks, though, life as a felon is likely to carry more symbolic shame than practical…”

“For the banks, though, life as a felon is likely to carry more symbolic shame than practical… (Original post on Tumblr)

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DEAR RESEARCHERS OF TUMBLR

DEAR RESEARCHERS OF TUMBLR: anthrocentric: lesserjoke: bymyprettyfloralbonnet: You know what’s… (Original post on Tumblr)

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Wow. How many mistakes can you fit into 325 words

Elizabeth Drew has a piece in the New York Review of Books — How Money Runs Our Politics. I’m… (Original post on Tumblr)

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Democracy in small states

So yesterday may have been the most extraordinary political event I have ever seen. Wolf-PAC asked… (Original post on Tumblr)

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Solomon Kahn’s really cool politic$ code

Solomon Kahn was a fellow at the EJ Safra Center for Ethics Lab on Institutional Corruption. (His… (Original post on Tumblr)

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