Legal Affairs: Marxist-Lessigism

“At Swarthmore College, the crowd is mostly students, and maybe
a few professors and interested outsiders. It’s a typical turnout
for a public lecture by a well-known law professor. But there is
something different and a little odd about this group. Swarthmore
doesn’t have a law school, so the audience includes no young men in
suits that still have the label attached, and no young women with
high-heeled shoes so new the soles aren’t scuffed. And there is
something else, something funny about the T-shirts. Everywhere you
look, there are T-shirts with slogans, not logos…”

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