When you consider the intelligence explosion effect, the next few decades could determine the future of intelligent life. But should we listen to futurists or are they leading us towards "nerdocalypse"?
In the Citizens United case, the Supreme Court ruled that corporations can spend an unlimited amount of money to support candidates. How's that working out?, asks blogger Kevin Drum. The Boston Review has a symposium on "Democracy After Citizens United," including a lead essay by Lawrence Lessig (who also writes more in The Washington Post), and responses by Will Wilkinson, Allison Hayward, Nancy Rosenblum and others. Law professor Molly J. Walker Wilson challenges the decision in Too Much of a Good Thing: Campaign Speech after Citizen United, and NYU's Samuel Issacharoff uses Citizens United to examine what
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