Philip K. Howard, Wall Street Journal, September 19, 2016
Change is in the air in Washington, Philip argues, but neither presidential candidate has a coherent vision of what it should look like.
Philip K. Howard, Daily Beast , September 14, 2016
Philip explains how the breakdown of authority has turned public discourse into a shouting match.
Graham Hillard, Weekly Standard, September 5, 2016
Graham Hillard cites Philip, The Rule of Nobody in his review of No Child Left Alone.
Fredrick Kunkle, Washington Post , August 19, 2016
Philip is interviewed about Common Good’s video on the need to expedite approval of the Gateway Rail Tunnel Project. The video is part of Common Good’s “Who’s in Charge Around Here?” campaign.
Sen. Bill Bradley and Philip K. Howard, Huffington Post, August 1, 2016
In a piece co-authored by former Senator Bill Bradley, Philip argues that what’s missing from this campaign season is a coherent plan to fix Washington. They also announce the launch of a new campaign to fill the void.
Leigh Buchanan, Inc. , August 1, 2016
Inc. magazine’s editor-at-large summarizes a roundtable discussion of entrepreneurs led by Philip, and offers a better regulatory approach.
Jim Dwyer, New York Times, May 17, 2016
Jim Dwyer writes about the Gateway Rail Tunnel Project, citing Common Good’s “Billions for Red Tape” report and quoting Philip.
Philip K. Howard, Common Good, May 9, 2016
In a new report, Philip and Common Good show that improved permitting for the proposed Gateway Project would save taxpayers billions and avoid significant environmental harm.
Editorial Board, Las Vegas Review-Journal, April 6, 2016
The Las Vegas Review-Journal editorial board endorses Philip Howard’s Wall Street Journal essay “The Crippling Hold of Old Law.”
Philip K. Howard, Wall Street Journal, April 2, 2016
Philip explains how bringing American law up-to-date would transform society.
Andrew R. Thomas, Industry Week , February 29, 2016
Andrew Thomas reviews The Rule of Nobody, stating that “to best maintain sanity and perspective amidst all of this (political) noise, one would be well served to [read it].”