Lawrence Lessig Quote

The more important point, however, is not about what the money does. It's about what has to be done to get the money. The effect of the money might be (democratically) benign. But what is done to secure that money is not necessarily benign. To miss this point is to betray the Robin Hood fallacy: the fact that the loot was distributed justly doesn't excuse the means taken to secure it.


Republic, Lost: Version 2.0 (ed. Twelve, 2015) - ISBN: 9781455537433

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The more important point, however, is not about what the money does. It's about what has to be done to get the money. The effect of the money might...

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The more important point, however, is not about what the money does. It's about what has to be done to get the money. The effect of the money might...

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The more important point, however, is not about what the money does. It's about what has to be done to get the money. The effect of the money might...

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The more important point, however, is not about what the money does. It's about what has to be done to get the money. The effect of the money might...