Fundraising has begun for campaign finance reform’s best weapon: A Lawrence Lessig SuperPAC
Lawrence Lessig articles on Democracy Chronicles
Lawrence Lessig is an American academic and political activist who is an expert in many fields. He is one of the nation's top scholars on money politics and has popularized many key potential reforms if campaign finance. He is also a leading proponent of reduced government overreach in such far ranging areas as freedom of speech, copyright law, trademark law, radio frequency spectrum privatization, and more general freedom of the internet. Also see our sections on American democracy, Money Politics and Technology Dissidents.
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It’s possible to prevent outside groups from donating to campaigns for New Hampshire Senator
Election reform is first love of Lawrence Lessig, and copyright was his friend’s: Aaron Swartz
March in New Hampshire is focused with campaign finance expert Lawrence Lessig on election reform
Today is the four year anniversary of Citizens United, the Supreme Court ruling, so let’s talk about the pervasive influence of corporate PACS and how money in politics has simply gotten out of hand.
Election reform movement braves New Hampshire winter to press issue into Presidential elections
Lawrence Lessig leads democracy advocate march across New Hampshire against system of corruption
Lessig on Modern Corruption: Subtle influence of money in politics a systematic problem different from bribery
Supreme Court Double Down: Latest on the Supreme Court’s new plans to dismantle barriers to money in election