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Rep. Ro Khanna Thinks Ending Corruption Is Possible

Season 4, Episode 7 | July 10th, 2020
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Rep. Ro Khanna Thinks Ending Corruption Is Possible

U.S. Representative Ro Khanna speaks with Larry Lessig about his effort to reform our democracy, end corruption, and reduce the impact of money in politics. They talk about working with both Bernie, why Biden will sign reform, finding a way to a real “grand bargain” that can end corruption, and why it’s important for activists to keep the pressure on Congress to pass reform.

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Music:
Roundpine by Blue Dot Sessions
Noe Noe by Blue Dot Sessions
Vengeful by Blue Dot Sessions

Post-production:
Josh Elstro of Elstro Production

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