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The Constitution lets the electoral college choose the winner. They should choose Clinton.

2016 is in the books. If you want to have a better outcome next time: Pass a national popular vote Pass state-by-state instant runoff voting so Greens have a chance and Bernie wouldn’t have been stopped by a rigged primary Support independent media, because none of this works if you have to rely on MSNBC and Fox News.

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Lawrence Lessig: We the People, and the Republic we must reclaim | Video on TED.com With rapid-fire visuals, he shows how the funding process weakens the Republic in the most fundamental way, and issues a rallying bipartisan cry that will resonate with many in the U.S. and beyond.

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Lawrence Lessig: The Electoral College Is Constitutionally Allowed to Choose Clinton over Trump | Democracy Now!

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Expert says Electoral College must vote Clinton! See http://www.palmerreport.com/news/lawrence-lessig-electoral-college-hillary-clinton/235/

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The unstoppable walk to political reform~Seven years ago, Internet activist Aaron Swartz convinced Lawrence Lessig to take up the fight for political reform. A year after Swartz's tragic death, Lessig continues his campaign to free US politics from the stranglehold of corruption. In this fiery, deeply personal talk, he calls for all citizens to engage, and offers a heartfelt reminder to never give up hope.

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Of course it matters | Lawrence Lessig | TEDxKC Published on Aug 28, 2014 This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Lessig’s talk is a call to action — we must demand election funding reform or we are complicit in the corruption. “Of course it matters,” Lessig implores us. Lawrence Lessig is the Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership at Harvard Law School, and director of the Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics at Harvard University.

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