1) The Story of Citizens United v. FEC:  this is an entertaining,  animated introduction to the Citizens United decision.  Produced by the Story of Stuff Project, it is 10 minutes and can be used as an excellent beginning to a discussion of what Citizens United really means for our democracy.  You can view online and also download. Show it at living room gatherings, meet-ups, at organizational meetings, or before a panel discussion.  Click here to see the video.


2)  We the People, and the Republic We Must Reclaim  (Le$terland) :  In this  April ,2013, TED Talk Lawrence Lessing describes the crisis of corruptive money in the American political system.  The TED sponsors describe his presentation this way: “There is a corruption at the heart of American politics, caused by the dependence of Congressional candidates on funding from the tiniest percentage of citizens. That’s the argument at the core of this blistering talk by legal scholar Lawrence Lessig.”  The twenty minute talk is actually much more lively than this description sounds — although “blistering” is certainly accurate.   If you don’t know who the “Lesters” are, listen to Lawrence Lessig.    To see the video:  Click here. 


3)  Striking the Root of Wall Street Corruption:  From Rootstrikers, this brief two minute video dramatically states — and shows  — what the problem is when money dominates the political system.  It’s narrated by Lawrence Lessig.  To see the video, click here.

ccLogo4) Amend 2012:  Robert Reich, President of Common Cause, explains the influence of money in elections,  the impact of the 2010 Citizens United case, and the emergence of SuperPacs in 2012, all in less than 3 minutes and with animation!  Click here.

5) Lawrence Lessig:  Republic Lost, How Money Corrupts.   Prof. Lessig speaks to the subject matter of his book, Republic Lost.   This lecture was given on Oct. 26, 2011, and is about 57 minutes long. It’s well worth the time.


6)  Videos Available on DVDs from ROAD:

 Videos Available for Home Showings


Road has four excellent DVD video documentaries –on the topic of money in politics — that are available for home showings.  Arrangements for a projector can also be made. Free!

* Citizen Koch – for details Click Here.


* Priceless – for details Click Here.


* Inequality for All – details Click Here.

* PaY To Play  – details Click Here. 








To make arrangements contact Stu Dowty at:, or call 734-572-9243.