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David Morris

David Morris

David Morris is Vice President and director of the New Rules Project at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, which is based in Minneapolis and Washington, D.C. focusing on local economic and social development. His five non-fiction books range from an exploration of Chilean economic and political history to the future of electric power to the transformation of cities and neighborhoods. For 14 years he was a regular columnist for the Saint Paul Pioneer Press. His essays have appeared in many print and online publications, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Smithsonian, Journal of Commerce, Salon, Alternet, Common Dreams, and the Huffington Post. David has been a development consultant to local, state, and federal governments in the U.S. and abroad and to private businesses as large as IBM and investor-owned electric utilities and as small as microbreweries and local retail.

Articles by this author

 

To Save the Internet We Must Own the Networks

The FCC and Congress have given us both the incentive and the opportunity to build a nationwide democratic Internet governed in the public interest. 

David Morris ·





Memo for Armchair Strategists: Four Key Factors for Election Day

The system indeed is rigged, but that doesn't mean there won't be a winner

David Morris ·


Election 2016 and the Importance of the Supreme Court

One could write a book about the impact of the current Court on the possibilities of a political revolution. Here's just a sample.

David Morris ·



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