Andrew Yang & Lawrence Lessig On Optimistic Future Of Our Democracy
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During the election year 2020, to help shed some optimistic light on the future of our democracy, Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig joins best-selling author, entrepreneur, philanthropist, former presidential candidate Andrew Yang to talk about how we can reform our democracy and save ourselves from this mess. Lawrence and Andrew discuss the cubicle farms where politicians dial for dollars, how “slow democracy” can improve our political discourse, how we can reverse the decline of journalism in America, and various progressive policies (such as universal basic income, aka Freedom Dividend, or democracy dollar) proposed by Andrew Yang, in the video “Lawrence Lessig: How to Save Our Democracy, Andrew Yang, Yang Speaks“, below:
Andrew Yang and Lawrence Lessig have also looked into the present and future of journalism, in the video “Andrew Yang and Lawrence Lessig on how we save the news, Yang Speaks“, below:
Journalism is a public good for functioning democracy. It is necessary to figure out an avenue of spread of information for informed citizens without the necessity of advertising dollars. So the journalism dollar is also suggested to reduce market distortion.
For more these and other insightful discussions at Yang Speaks, click HERE.
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