With heartfelt urgency and a keen desire for righting wrongs harvard law professor lawrence lessig takes a clear eyed look at how we arrived at this crisis how fundamentally good people with good intentions have allowed our democracy to be co opted by outside interests and how this exploitation has become entrenched in the system. Lawrence lessigs republic lost how money corrupts congress and a plan to stop it proposes that the united states congress has become corrupted by money however lessig suggests that this corruption of congress is not of the quid pro quo variety affecting the members of congress themselves lessig seems to believe that most members of . About the author lawrence lessig is the roy l furman professor of law at harvard law school and director of the edmond j safra center for ethics at harvard university. Republic lost how money corrupts congress and a plan to stop it republic lost how money corrupts congress and a plan to stop it by lessig lawrence publication date 2011 scanner internet archive html5 uploader 152 worldcat source edition 707964996 year 2011
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