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The Democrats Are Walking Right Into a Trap on Voting Rights, Slate (with Guy-Uriel Charles) (May 24, 2021) (link ) (perma )
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Op-Ed: Epstein at Harvard: We’re Not Finished Yet, The Harvard Crimson (April 13, 2021) (link ) (perma )
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If Joe Biden Is Serious About Protecting American Democracy, Here’s Where He Can Start, Slate (February 22, 2021) (link ) (perma )
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More Commentary: Nebraska should close loophole that could affect presidential election, Omaha World Herald (with Hassaan Shahawy) (February 13, 2021) (link ) (perma )
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On alleged inconsistencies, Medium (November 24, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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State legislatures do not have the power to veto the people's choice in an election, USA Today (November 18, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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State Legislatures Can’t Ignore the Popular Vote in Appointing Electors, Lawfare (with Jason Harrow) (November 6, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Why Pennsylvania should take its time counting votes, CNN (with Van Jones) (November 4, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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RCV in Massachusetts: When the piper gets ignored, Medium (October 30, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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The Mess Congress Could Make, The Atlantic (October 19, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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What happens if a nominee dies shortly before or after the election? It’s complicated, The Washington Post (with Jason Harrow) (October 6, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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How Ginsburg’s Seat is Saved, Medium (September 19, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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The Scary Result of a Black Man Arguing With a Cop: Getting hit by a police car isn’t justifiable, Level (September 1, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Hey NYT, please just don’t, Medium (June 26, 2020) (link ) (perma )
15.
Fearing bubbles, Medium (June 1, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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The Supreme Court v. the coronavirus, The Boston Globe (May 14, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Morning after thoughts, Medium (May 14, 2020) (link ) (perma )
18.
What Rick Hasen is Missing, Medium (May 6, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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It won't be 1972; don't make it 1968, Medium (March 1, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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On suing the Times, Medium (January 13, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Don’t allow McConnell to swear a false oath, The Washington Post (January 8, 2020) (link ) (perma )
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Why Mayor Pete’s ‘wine cave’ dinner is beside the point, Los Angeles Times (December 20, 2019) (link ) (perma )
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This is the silent political revolution of 2020, CNN (December 12, 2019) (link ) (perma )
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How Twitter just might save democracy in America, The Philadelphia Inquirer (November 14, 2019) (link ) (perma )
25.
Clickbait Defamation: On the careful reading of the New York Times editors, Medium (September 15, 2019) (link ) (perma )
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On Joi and MIT, Medium (September 8, 2019) (link ) (perma )
27.
Response to Commentators, Symposium on Lawrence Lessig’s Fidelity and Constraint, Balkinization (August 13, 2019) (link )
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Why John Roberts may be right about gerrymandering, The Washington Post (July 10, 2019) (link ) (perma )
29.
Fundamental reform must be on the Democrats’ Debate Stage, Medium (June 4, 2019) (link ) (perma )
30.
American democracy is broken. We must demand 2020 candidates commit to a fix, The Guardian (May 5, 2019) (link ) (perma )
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Trump's border wall demand is constitutionally illegitimate, The Guardian (January 4, 2019) (link ) (perma )
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Beto O'Rourke's biggest blind spot cost him Texas. Democrats, take note, The Guardian (November 11, 2018) (link ) (perma )
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Congress’ Latest Move To Extend Copyright Is Misguided, Wired (May 18, 2018) (link ) (perma )
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Mick Mulvaney shows why we need to change our elections, The Washington Post (April 29, 2018) (link ) (perma )
35.
Let's fix Electoral College. It'll be easy compared to gerrymandering, USA Today (with Richard Painter) (October 13, 2017) (link ) (perma )
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The Time Has Come: Reform the Electoral College Now, The Daily Beast (September 13, 2017) (link ) (perma )
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The Constitution lets the electoral college choose the winner. They should choose Clinton, The Washington Post (November 24, 2016) (link ) (perma )
38.
All Together Now, Sierra Magazine (September/October 2016) (link ) (perma )
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Three ways Congress can muscle-up to your voting rights, Chicago Sun-Times (with Michael Golden) (August 19, 2016) (link ) (perma )
40.
How Gingrich broke Congress, CNN (July 13, 2016) (link ) (perma )
41.
The Lousy Senate Democratic Campaign-Finance Reform Plan Would Change Nothing, The Daily Beast (June 3, 2016) (link ) (perma )
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Jolly’s folly: Lawmakers still beholden to funders, Orlando Sentinel (Florida) (May 7, 2016) (link ) (perma )
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Scalia set a principled example, USA Today (February 17, 2016) (link ) (perma )
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The campaign finance fight can’t wait, The Washington Post (February 12, 2016) (link ) (perma )
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Dear Bernie Sanders: Don’t follow in Obama’s footsteps on campaign finance reform, The Washington Post (February 11, 2016) (link ) (perma )
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Why I Dropped Out, The New Yorker (January 28, 2016) (link ) (perma )
47.
Why I Ran for President, The New Yorker (January 27, 2016) (link ) (perma )
48.
Open Letter: Let’s Sit-In to Save Democracy From the Billionaire Class, The Nation (December 2, 2015) (link ) (perma )
49.
Europe Vote Threatens Net Neutrality. Help Save the Open Internet, The Huffington Post (with Barbara van Schewick) (October 26, 2015) (link ) (perma )
50.
What Was Missing From the Democrats’ Debate Stage, The Huffington Post (October 21, 2015) (link ) (perma )
51.
Larry Lessig: I’m All In, The Atlantic (October 17, 2015) (link ) (perma )
52.
How Our Democracy Got Vetoed – And How To Fix It, The Daily Beast (September 22, 2015) (link ) (perma )
53.
Citizens, First, The Huffington Post (September 19, 2015) (link ) (perma )
54.
Launching the Campaign, The Huffington Post (September 9, 2015) (link ) (perma )
55.
The Question for My Critics, The Huffington Post (September 2, 2015) (link ) (perma )
56.
On Being ‘Serious’ About Reform, The Huffington Post (August 31, 2015) (link ) (perma )
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On ‘Dumbing Down’ the Democratic Debate, The Huffington Post (August 28, 2015) (link ) (perma )
58.
The Plan, Part 2: Referendum Representatives, The Huffington Post (August 24, 2015) (link ) (perma )
59.
We Are Not Thinking Big Enough, The Huffington Post (August 19, 2015) (link ) (perma )
60.
I’m Running for President to Quit, The Daily Beast (August 13, 2015) (link ) (perma )
61.
Why I Want to Run, The Huffington Post (August 11, 2015) (link ) (perma )
62.
Free Our Democracy, The New York Times (July 21, 2015) (link ) (perma )
63.
Why No One Will Reform Washington, The Daily Beast (July 16, 2015) (link ) (perma )
64.
Should We Convene?, The New York Review of Books (July 9, 2015) (link ) (perma )
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On the Trustee President: Not EITHER/OR but BOTH/AND, Medium (June 10, 2015) (link ) (perma )
66.
Frodo Baggins for President, Medium (June 6, 2015) (link ) (perma )
67.
On Rejecting the Clinton Defense: What Reform Democrats Need, Medium (June 5, 2015) (link ) (perma )
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In Washington, money talks louder than ordinary Americans, New Statesman (June 4, 2015) (link ) (perma )
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Could Hillary Clinton Be the Champion Campaign-Finance Reform Needs?, The Atlantic (May 28, 2015) (link ) (perma )
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Democrats Embrace the Logic of “Citizens United”, The Washington Post (May 8, 2015) (link ) (perma )
71.
How a Reform Republican Can Topple Hillary By Taking on Crony Capitalism, The Daily Beast (May 5, 2015) (link ) (perma )
72.
Something Is Going Right: Net Neutrality and the FCC, The Huffington Post (February 19, 2015) (link ) (perma )
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Obama’s Stand on Net Neutrality Finally Feels Like the President We’ve Been Waiting For, The Guardian (November 12, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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We Should Be Protesting, Too, The Huffington Post (October 1, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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What New Yorkers Can Do About Money in Politics, The Huffington Post (September 8, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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Campaign-Finance Reform Has to Be Cross-Partisan, The Atlantic (June 18, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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Our New SuperPAC Is Going to Change American Politics for $12 Million, The Daily Beast (June 6, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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What’s So Bad About a SuperPAC?, Medium (June 4, 2014) (link ) (perma )
79.
A Real Step to Fix Democracy, The Atlantic (May 30, 2014) (link ) (perma )
80.
Campaign Finance and the Nihilist Politics of Resignation, The Atlantic (April 10, 2014) (link ) (perma )
81.
Originalists Making It Up Again: McCutcheon and ‘Corruption’, The Daily Beast (April 2, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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The Republican Street Fight Over Transparency in Government, The Daily Beast (March 26, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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D.C. Needs a Grassroots Fix That Will Come When Left and Right Find Common Ground, The Daily Beast (February 9, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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How to Make Americans Care About Money Corrupting Politics, The Atlantic (January 31, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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Why We’re Marching Across New Hampshire to Honor Aaron Swartz, The Atlantic (January 10, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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A New Hampshire Rebellion for Aaron Swartz, The Daily Beast (January 10, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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Aaron’s Walk: The New Hampshire Rebellion, The Huffington Post (January 10, 2014) (link ) (perma )
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Congress Can Be Corrupt Without Corrupt People, The Daily Beast (December 13, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Why Money Is the Root of All That’s Wrong With Washington, The Daily Beast (October 21, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Obama’s Lawyer Should Have Used Originalism to Sway Originalist Justices, The Atlantic (October 10, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Republicans Against the Republic, The Daily Beast (October 3, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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The Court Case That Pivots on What ‘Corrupt’ Really Means, The Daily Beast (September 26, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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The Roots of the Next Financial Crisis: How Wall Street Undermines Reform, The Daily Beast (June 23, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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It’s Time to Rewrite the Internet to Give Us Better Privacy, and Security, The Daily Beast (June 12, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Congressmen Come and Go, but Corruption is Here to Stay, The Daily Beast (June 7, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Can Democrats Get a New Party, Too?, The Atlantic (May 29, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Why Is Congress Trying to Make Our Internet Abuse Laws Worse, Not Better? (with Orin Kerr), The Atlantic (April 22, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Why Washington is Corrupt, CNN (April 8, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Super PACs – The story the election didn’t tell (with John Sarbanes), Chicago Tribune (February 15, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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“They Know We Know It.” Get Politicians On The Record About Corruption, The Huffington Post (February 14, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Aaron’s Law: Violating a Site’s Terms of Service Should Not Land You in Jail, The Atlantic (January 16, 2013) (link ) (perma )
102.
Prosecutor as Bully, The Huffington Post (January 13, 2013) (link ) (perma )
103.
Online Artists Share Work–Tyrants Would Prefer They Share a Cell, The Wall Street Journal (January 8, 2013) (link ) (perma )
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Why a Democratic Tea Party Is the Best Hope for Fixing Corrupt Government, The Atlantic (December 6, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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Seizing ‘Forward’: 3 Steps Obama Must Take to Fight Corruption and Gridlock, The Atlantic (November 8, 2012) (link ) (perma )
106.
What the Hell Is Being a Moderator For?, The Huffington Post (October 21, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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The Founders Versus the Funders, The Progressive (September 12, 2012) (link ) (perma )
108.
The No Lobbying Pledge, The Huffington Post (September 11, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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Obama’s Chance to Keep His Reform Promise, The Atlantic (September 6, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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EmTech Preview: The Politics of the Outsider, Technology Review (August 29, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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The (Almost) Brilliance of Representative Dingell and His Friends, The Atlantic (August 4, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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Big Campaign Spending: Government by the 1%, The Atlantic (July 10, 2012) (link ) (perma )
113.
Upon the People Alone, Slate Magazine (June 16, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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Contagious Inferences in Institutional Trust: The Costs of Transparency, Unpublished (with Piercarlo Valdesolo, Steven Lehr, Mahzarin Banaji) (2012)
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A Message to Law Grads: Instead of Corporations, Help Ordinary People, The Atlantic (May 31, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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Buddy Roemer, the Anti-Spoiler, The Atlantic (May 13, 2012) (link ) (perma )
117.
The Last Best Chance for Campaign Finance Reform: Americans Elect, The Atlantic (April 25, 2012) (link ) (perma )
118.
Obamacare and the Supreme Court: More on the Rule of Politics, The Atlantic (April 15, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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Why Scalia Could Uphold Obamacare, The Atlantic (April 13, 2012) (link ) (perma )
120.
An Open Letter to the Citizens Against Citizens United, The Atlantic (March 23, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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What’s Really Wrong With Goldman Sachs, CNN (March 15, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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After the Battle Against SOPA – What’s Next?, The Nation (January 26, 2012) (link ) (perma )
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Calling for a Convention, The American Prospect (January 4, 2012.) (link ) (perma )
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The Great Promise of Super-PACs, The Huffington Post (December 20, 2011) (link ) (perma )
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Newt Gingrich, the man who changed Washington, CNN (November 21, 2011) (link ) (perma )
126.
More Money Can Beat Big Money, The New York Times (November 16, 2011) (link ) (perma )
127.
One More Try: The Rules Versus the Game, The Huffington Post (October 27, 2011) (link ) (perma )
128.
A Reply to the @EdgeofSports: Who Exactly Are the 99%?, The Huffington Post (October 26, 2011) (link ) (perma )
129.
A response to Dave Zirin’s "Memo to Lawrence Lessig: The Tea Party is No Answer for Occupy USA", The Nation (October 26, 2011) (link ) (perma )
130.
Something More Than Polarization, The Huffington Post (October 25, 2011) (link ) (perma )
131.
A Letter to the #Occup(iers): The Principle of Non-Contradiction, The Huffington Post (October 12, 2011) (link ) (perma )
132.
#OccupyWallSt v2: What Cross-Partisanship Must Mean, The Huffington Post (October 7, 2011) (link ) (perma )
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#OccupyWallSt, Then #OccupyKSt, Then #OccupyMainSt, The Huffington Post (October 5, 2011) (link ) (perma )
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Report from the Conference on the Constitutional Convention, The Huffington Post (September 30, 2011) (link ) (perma )
135.
The Good Soul Howard Schultz: Exploiting an Addict Rather Than Ending an Addiction, The Huffington Post (August 25, 2011) (link ) (perma )
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A Conference on the Constitutional Convention, The Huffington Post (August 10, 2011) (link ) (perma )
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An Open Letter to North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue: Support Community Broadband, The Huffington Post (May 20, 2011) (link ) (perma )
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On the Significance of the Roemer Announcement, The Huffington Post (March 3, 2011) (link ) (perma )
139.
An Obvious Distinction, The Huffington Post (November 12, 2010) (link ) (perma )
140.
In Praise of Tea, The Huffington Post (November 11, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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The “Imbecile” and “Moron" Responds: On the Freedoms of Remix Creators, The Huffington Post (October 15, 2010) (link ) (perma )
142.
A Letter to FixCongressFirst.Org: Where We Are, Where We’re Going, The Huffington Post (October 15, 2010) (link ) (perma )
143.
Sorkin vs. Zuckerberg, The New Republic (October 1, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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How the campaign finance system is eroding confidence in Congress, The Washington Post (October 1, 2010) (link ) (perma )
145.
Democracy After Citizens United, Boston Review (September/October, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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Neo-Progressives, The Huffington Post (September 3, 2010) (link ) (perma )
147.
Google-Verizon should prompt FCC to demand Net Neutrality (with Susan Crawford), The Mercury News (August 12, 2010) (link ) (perma )
148.
On the Rage of Gibbs, The Huffington Post (August 12, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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ASCAP’s attack on Creative Commons, The Huffington Post (July 10, 2010) (link ) (perma )
150.
Adding Pathetic to Puny: On Why We’re Joining Others to Oppose the DISCLOSE Act, The Huffington Post (June 16, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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Rhode Island’s David Segal’s Call for a Constitutional Convention, The Huffington Post (June 14, 2010) (link ) (perma )
152.
The Moment, The Huffington Post (May 22, 2010) (link ) (perma )
153.
Delusion on the Hill? The Earmark Puzzle, The Huffington Post (May 17, 2010) (link ) (perma )
154.
Citizens Unite, The Huffington Post (May 16, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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Italy and the Internet, The Huffington Post (May 16, 2010) (link ) (perma )
156.
OK, So Now I’m a Liar, The Huffington Post (May 11, 2010) (link ) (perma )
157.
Obama’s Pick of Kagan Recognizes the Difference Between 4 and 5, The Huffington Post (May 11, 2010) (link ) (perma )
158.
Systemic Denial, The Huffington Post (May 4, 2010) (link ) (perma )
159.
The Democrats’ Dirty Money Problem, The Huffington Post (April 27, 2010) (link ) (perma )
160.
A Better Chance at Justice for Abuse Victims, The New York Times (April 27, 2010) (link ) (perma )
161.
A Case for Kagan, The Huffington Post (April 26, 2010) (link ) (perma )
162.
“A Dose of Realism”? How About This for “Realism”: We Need Leadership, The Huffington Post (April 19, 2010) (link ) (perma )
163.
The Democrats’ Response to Citizens United: Not (Even Close to) Good Enough, The Huffington Post (April 17, 2010) (link ) (perma )
164.
Anti-counterfeiting agreement raises constitutional concerns, The Washington Post (with Jack Goldsmith) (March 26, 2010) (link ) (perma )
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Letter: Campaign Finance Ruling, The New York Times (February 20, 2010) (link ) (perma )
166.
For the Love of Culture,, The New Republic (February 4, 2010) (link ) (perma )
167.
How to Get Our Democracy Back, The Nation (February 3, 2010) (link ) (perma )
168.
The Internet Under Siege, Foreign Policy (November 16, 2009) (link ) (perma )
169.
Against Transparency, The New Republic (October 9, 2009) (link ) (perma )
170.
Prosecuting Online File Sharing Turns a Generation Criminal, US News & World Report (December 22, 2008) (link ) (perma )
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It’s Time To Demolish The FCC, Newsweek (December 22, 2008) (link ) (perma )
172.
Change 2.0, Newsweek (December 3, 2008) (link ) (perma )
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Can Obama Create a Transformational Presidency?, Newsweek (November 30, 2008) (link ) (perma )
174.
Why The Banks All Fell Down, Newsweek (October 27, 2008) (link ) (perma )
175.
Copyright and Politics Don’t Mix, The New York Times (October 21, 2008) (link ) (perma )
176.
In Defense of Piracy, Wall Street Journal (October 12, 2008) (link ) (perma )
177.
How the Founders Failed, Stanford Magazine (September 1, 2008) (link ) (perma )
178.
Independence 2.0, Metroactive (August 6, 2008) (link ) (perma )
179.
Little Orphan Artworks, The New York Times (May 20, 2008) (link ) (perma )
180.
Public Must Fight to Maintain Net Neutrality, San Francisco Chronicle (with Ben Scott) (April 17, 2008) (link ) (perma )
181.
Lucasfilm’s Phantom Menace, The Washington Post (July 12, 2007) (link ) (perma )
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Credit where Credit’s Due, Harper’s Magazine (April 1, 2007) (link ) (perma )
183.
Make Way for Copyright Chaos, The New York Times (March 18, 2007) (link ) (perma )
184.
I Blew it on Microsoft, Wired (January 1, 2007) (link ) (perma )
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Do Not Bow Down Before the Famous on Copyright, Financial Times (December 7, 2006) (link ) (perma )
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A Costly Addiction, Wired (November 1, 2006) (link ) (perma )
187.
Congress Must Keep Broadband Competition Alive, Financial Times (October 19, 2006) (link ) (perma )
188.
Free, as in Beer, Wired (September 1, 2006) (link ) (perma )
189.
Where the Truth Lies, Wired (July 1, 2006) (link ) (perma )
190.
No Tolls on the Internet, The Washington Post (with Robert McChesney) (June 8, 2006) (link ) (perma )
191.
Crushing Competition, Wired (May 1, 2006) (link ) (perma )
192.
Can Microsoft Save the Net?, Wired (March 1, 2006) (link ) (perma )
193.
The People Own Ideas!, MIT Technology Review (February 5, 2006) (link ) (perma )
194.
When Theft Serves Art, Wired (January 1, 2006) (link ) (perma )
195.
Creatives Face a Closed Net, Financial Times (December 29, 2005) (link ) (perma )
196.
Why Crush Them?, Newsweek (November 28, 2005) (link ) (perma )
197.
Google’s Tough Call, Wired (November 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
198.
The march of the web-enabled amateurs,, Financial Times (September 20, 2005) (link ) (perma )
199.
A Rotten Ruling, Wired (September 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
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Do You Floss?, London Review of Books Vol. 27 No. 16 (August 18, 2005) (link ) (perma )
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The Same Old Song, Wired (July 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
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Lessig's Rebuttal to Epstein: Epstein is Smart, but Still Wrong, MIT Technology Review (June 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
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Voice-Over-IP’s Unlikely Hero, Wired (May 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
204.
Why Your Broadband Sucks, Wired (March 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
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Why Wilco is the Future of Music, Wired (February 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
206.
Let a Thousand Googles Bloom, Los Angeles Times (January 12, 2005) (link ) (perma )
207.
They’re Not Worthy, Wired (January 1, 2005) (link ) (perma )
208.
Technology over Ideology, Wired (December 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
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Bytes and Bullets, The Washington Post (November 24, 2004) (link ) (perma )
210.
Our Kids are in Big Trouble, Wired (October 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
211.
Porn Free, Wired (September 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
212.
Copyrighting the President, Wired (August 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
213.
Fair Use of ‘Fair and Balanced’?, Daily Variety (July 14, 2004) (link ) (perma )
214.
Stamping out Good Science, Wired (July 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
215.
Antitrust Smackdown, Wired (June 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
216.
Protectionism Will Kill Recovery!, Wired (May 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
217.
Insanely Destructive Devices, Wired (April 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
218.
How I Lost the Big One, Legal Affairs (March/April 2004) (link ) (perma )
219.
Some Like it Hot, Wired (March 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
220.
Internet Providers Must Not Dictate Content, Financial Times (February 20, 2004) (link ) (perma )
221.
The Commons That Libraries Build, Library Journal (February 15, 2004) (link )
222.
Stop Making Pills Political Prisoners, Wired (February 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
223.
A Taste of Our Own Poison, Wired (January 1, 2004) (link ) (perma )
224.
Fiber to the People, Wired (December 1, 2003) (link ) (perma )
225.
The New Road to the White House, Wired (November 1, 2003) (link ) (perma )
226.
The BBC’s lessons for America, Financial Times (September 8, 2003) (link ) (perma )
227.
Code Breaking: Service Calls, CIO Insight (June 16, 2003) (link ) (perma )
228.
Spamsters Know the Law Will Never Be Enforced, The Philadelphia Enquirer (May 2, 2003) (link ) (perma )
229.
Spectrum For All, eWeek (March 14, 2003) (link ) (perma )
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Wireless Spectrum: Defining the ‘Commons’ in Cyberspace, eWeek (March 13, 2003) (link ) (perma )
231.
Laying Down the Law, The Guardian (March 13, 2003) (link ) (perma )
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Protecting Mickey Mouse at Art’s Expense, The New York Times (January 18, 2003) (link ) (perma )
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Copy cats and robotic dogs, Red Herring (January 10, 2003) (link ) (perma )
234.
A Threat to Innovation on the Web, Financial Times (December 12, 2002) (link ) (perma )
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Racing Against Time, CIO Insight (December 1, 2002) (link ) (perma )
236.
Copyright Law and Roasted Pig, Red Herring (October 22, 2002) (link ) (perma )
237.
Time to End the Race for Ever-Longer Copyright, Financial Times (October 17, 2002) (link ) (perma )
238.
A Bounty on Spammers, CIO Insight (September 16, 2002) (link ) (perma )
239.
Anti-Trusting Microsoft, Red Herring (September 10, 2002) (link ) (perma )
240.
Hollywood v. Silicon Valley: Make New Code, Not War, CIO Insight (June 17, 2002) (link ) (perma )
241.
The End of Innovation?, Stanford Lawyer (Spring 2002) (link ) (perma )
242.
US Should Speed Broadband Development, Newsday (January 10, 2002) (link ) (perma )
243.
Who’s Holding Back Broadband?, The Washington Post (January 8, 2002) (link ) (perma )
244.
Innovation, Regulation, and the Internet, The American Prospect (December 19, 2001) (link ) (perma )
245.
May the Source Be With You, Wired (December 1, 2001) (link ) (perma )
246.
The Internet’s Undoing, Financial Times (November 29, 2001) (link ) (perma )
247.
It’s Still a Safe World for Microsoft, The New York Times (November 9, 2001) (link ) (perma )
248.
Visible Hand, The Industry Standard (August 13, 2001)
249.
Jail Time in the Digital Age, The New York Times (July 30, 2001) (link ) (perma )
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Jail Time, Digital Style, The Moscow Times (July 30, 2001) (link ) (perma )
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Antitrust and Verify: Will Microsoft Admit It Has Lost?, The New Republic (July 23, 2001) (link ) (perma )
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The Limits of Credibility, The Industry Standard (July 23, 2001)
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Artful Dodges, The Industry Standard (June 18, 2001)
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Copyright Thugs, The Industry Standard (May 7, 2001)
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Copyright Extensions Absurd, The New York Times (May 1, 2001) (link ) (perma )
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Just Compensation, The Industry Standard (April 16, 2001)
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Adobe in Wonderland, The Industry Standard (March 19, 2001)
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The Rules of Politics, The Industry Standard (January 15, 2001)
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The Rules of Law, The Industry Standard (December 4, 2000)
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Government Property, The Industry Standard (October 30, 2000)
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Straitjacket on the Internet?, The Washington Post (October 25, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Copyrights Rule, The Industry Standard (October 2, 2000)
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Behind the Curtain, The Industry Standard (September 4, 2000)
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Microsoft Misreads Professor Lessig. Tie Game., The New Republic (August 14, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Right Back At Ya, The Industry Standard (July 24, 2000)
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Europe’s “Me-Too” Patent Law, Financial Times (July 11, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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End Game, The New Republic (June 19, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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The Limits of Copyright, The Industry Standard (June 19, 2000)
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Will AOL Own Everything?, Time (June 19, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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A Letter to Bill, The Industry Standard (June 5, 2000)
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Cracking the Microsoft Case, The Boston Globe (with Larry Kramer) (June 5, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Technology Will Solve Web Privacy Problems, The Wall Street Journal (May 31, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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In Search of Skeptics, The Industry Standard (April 17, 2000)
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Battling Censorware, The Industry Standard (April 3, 2000)
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Online Patents: Keep Them Pending, The Wall Street Journal (March 23, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Cyberspace Prosecutor, The Industry Standard (February 21, 2000)
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Who’s Controlling Cyberspace?, Computerworld (February 7, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Judgment Calls, Daily Deal (February 2, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Code is Law: On Liberty in Cyberspace, Harvard Magazine (January/February 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Patent Problems, The Industry Standard (January 21, 2000)
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Connection Trouble, Slate (January 20, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Common Ground, Slate (January 19, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Cyber-Liberty Depends on the Architecture, Slate (January 18, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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Real World Libertarians and the Net, Slate (January 17, 2000) (link ) (perma )
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The Net, Version 2000, The Industry Standard (December 27, 1999)
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The Values of Code (and Code), The Atlantic Online (December 13, 1999) (link ) (perma )
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The Code of Cyberspace, The Industry Standard (December 6, 1999)
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G-Rated Browsers, The Industry Standard (December 3, 1999)
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The Prolific Iconoclast: Richard Posner, American Lawyer, Vol. 21 Issue 11 (December 1, 1999) (link ) (perma )
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Architecting Innovation, The Industry Standard (November 14, 1999)
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Filtering Content, The Industry Standard (October 15, 1999)
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Thinking Different(ly), The Industry Standard (September 10, 1999)
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The Cable Debate, Pt. II, The Industry Standard (July 20, 1999)
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Broadband Blackmail, The Industry Standard (June 15, 1999)
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Coding Privacy, The Industry Standard (May 20, 1999)
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The Problem with Patents, The Industry Standard (April 23, 1999)
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The Code is the Law, The Industry Standard (April 9, 1999)
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Memo to the Leviathan, The Industry Standard (March 5, 1999)
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Pain in the OS, The Industry Standard (February 5, 1999)
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The Spam Wars, The Industry Standard (December 31, 1998)
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Net Gains: Will Technology Make CBS Unconstitutional?, The New Republic (with Yochai Benkler) (December 14, 1998) (link ) (perma )
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Sign It and Weep, The Industry Standard (November 20, 1998)
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Digital Dog Tags, The Industry Standard (October 16, 1998)
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A Bad Turn for Net Governance, The Industry Standard (September 18, 1998)
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In Defiance of the Public Interest, The Washington Post (with Pamela Samuelson) (July 13, 1998) (link ) (perma )
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Tyranny in the Infrastructure, Wired (July 1, 1997) (link ) (perma )
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A Good Plan for a Bad Idea, The Wall Street Journal (December 6, 1996) (link ) (perma )
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An End Run to a Balanced Budget, Los Angeles Times (January 17, 1995) (link ) (perma )