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The Stakes: Koch & Co. aim for a revolution in 2016

Lawrence Rosenthal, executive director, Center for Right-Wing Studies | June 17, 2015

The 2016 election ambitions of the Koch brothers and what they represent on the Republican right wing, free-market absolutism, are nothing short of breathtaking. They feel within their grasp a historical opportunity they have been dreaming about for decades to turn back liberal institutions and customs. Things have lined up their way. Congress is in … Continue reading »

Renewable energy and political geography

Dan Farber, professor of law | April 28, 2014

The Washington Post had a story over the weekend about the concerted campaign by the fossil fuel industry to rollback state laws favoring renewable energy.  This effort was also the subject of an editorial in the Sunday Times. So far, this effort hasn’t gained real legislative traction.  The story attributes this failure to the growth of … Continue reading »