CNET News.com's Caroline McCarthy interviews Lawrence Lessig, Stanford law professor and co-founder of the new Change Congress project, about government corruption then and now.
By ZDNet Staff
| June 24, 2008 -- 14:47 GMT (07:47 PDT)
| Topic: Government : US
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