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Howard Dean on Larry Lessig’s Blog

Filed under: Policy — July 15, 2003 @ 2:59 pm

Governor and Presidential Candidate Howard Dean is guest blogging for Larry Lessig.

I’m impressed by the Dean campaign. I can’t say I agree with everything he’s proposing, but there’s something viscerally enticing about a man looking for a show of numbers and not just raw cash: more people behind him, not just more money from existing supporters. After all, democracy is about people, not money, right?

I do wish some of the people commenting would give Dean a chance to express a few more points before bashing him into oblivion. It’s going to be a difficult (but not impossible) task to make political points in blog style without spewing a series of catch-phrases and buzzword-compliant snippets. Let’s hear him out. This is definitely a far more interesting campaign already than the pitiful one we saw 4 years ago.

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