A Note to Our Readers - Lawrence Lessig Q&A

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We regret that the Q&A with Lawrence Lessig is not available. Interested readers may wish to visit some of the websites that Professor Lessig has launched to pursue his fight against the influence of money in politics and to support the project of constitutional reform.

rootstrikers.org: a network of activists fighting the corrupting influence of money in politics

oneway.lessig.org: a blog for feedback for a revolution (with a small "R”)

callaconvention.org: the movement to organize the call for a convention

theanticorruptionpledge.org: a pledge to fight corruption and reclaim our government

 Watch a video of Professor Lessig speaking on related topics.


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