Through interviews with politicians, journalists, activists, and the latest and greatest names in the fight to restore our democracy, the Another Way podcast explores the plans and policies for returning power to the people.
On Our Own Failed Democratic State (And What's At Stake On January 17)
Lawrence Lessig reads aloud his updated New York Review of Books essay, which was originally released on December 10th. In it, he outlines the latest developments on the Freedom to Vote Act, the United States' descent into minoritarianism, and the pathway forward. Lessig ends with a plea for listeners to participate in the final push to get the Freedom to Vote Act across the finish line.
Discussing The John Eastman Memo with John Eastman
On this special episode of Another Way, Lawrence Lessig and Matthew Seligman speak to John Eastman, former Chapman University law school professor and lawyer who represented former President Donald Trump in 2020 election-related lawsuits. The three discuss Eastman's controversial memo written to former Vice President Mike Pence about what authority Pence had to reject Biden slates of electors.
The Pundits vs. The For The People Act
On this episode of Another Way, Adam Eichen is joined by End Citizens United's Adam Bozzi and American Progress' Michael Sozan. The three discuss the media's handling of the fight to pass the For The People Act and why the pundits have missed the mark.
The Next Great Civil Rights Bill? With Elizabeth Hira
On this episode, Adam Eichen speaks to Elizabeth Hira, Spitzer Fellow and Policy Counsel with the Brennan Center for Justice. The two discuss Elizabeth's new report, Equity For The People, and go into detail about little-known provisions of the For The People Act.
Equity for the People:
Elizabeth's Medium article:
Elizabeth's blog post about the For The People Act as the next great civil rights bill:
Fixing The Filibuster To Save Democracy
How do we protect our democracy if the Senate filibuster stands in our way? What steps should we take to fix the filibuster and pass the For The People Act and Voting Rights Advancement Act?
In this episode, we rebroadcast the audio from our August 5th, 2021 event, entitled "Fixing The Filibuster To Save Democracy", where we answered these questions. The event featured Lawrence Lessig, Cliff Albright (co-founder of Black Voters Matter), Eli Zupnick (spokesperson for Fix Our Senate), and Jana Morgan (director of the Declaration for American Democracy).
The Gerrymandering Deadline with Michael Li
In this episode, Adam Eichen speaks to Michael Li, senior counsel for the Brennan Center’s Democracy Program. The two discuss gerrymandering, what the For The People Act would do to stop it, and the meaning of the upcoming Census deadline.
Note: When the episode was recorded, the Census Bureau planned to release its data on August 16th. Since then, the date was moved to August 12th.
Hosted by a legend among democracy reformers
I love how Lawrence introduces a variety of guests and well-researched insights. Before the election he gave the deepest exploration of the electoral college I have ever encountered. Absolutely brilliant!
Many Thanks from a Rockefeller
Since the Centrist wing of the GOP has collapsed, I have been looking at how and why both the system failed and how to fix it. This podcast helped a lot. I especially loved the episode with Bill Kristol!
The Podcast interview by Larry of “George”
A sophisticated, respectful conversation between Larry and “George,” a thoughtful, articulate, anonymous Trump supporter. Fascinating, important and rare. The. country needs public discourse of the quality of this interview.