Monthly Archives: September 2012

Critically important new legislation introduced by (certain to be hero of this movement) Representative Sarbanes

I’ve been a fan of Congressman Sarbanes (D-MD) (son of Paul Sarbanes) for sometime. I wrote about his Grassroots Democracy work in HuffPo last December. Today, Sarbanes did something critically important for the anti-corruption movement: He intro… Continue reading

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Believe the data: Important Safra Lab Research results

In my capacity as director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, which runs a Lab studying “institutional corruption,” I am incredibly happy to report this very significant finding in a study we helped to support. 
A string of research… Continue reading

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The No Lobbying Pledge

There are campaigns that attack the enemy directly — think the British, in formation, Redcoats smartly cleaned. And then there are campaigns that attack indirectly — think of a virus, passing on a handshake, entering the body at the next … Continue reading

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