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].”
Will Marshall , Democracy, February 11, 2016
In an essay laying out a new infrastructure policy, the Progressive Policy Institute’s Will Marshall draws from Philip-authored report on permitting reform “Two Years, Not Ten Years.”
Megan Wildhood, Real Change News, December 9, 2015
Megan Wildhood reviews The Rule of Nobody, writing: “[I]f The System were working so well, why would it need all this (red) tape to hold it together? Then consider Howard’s book.”
Editorial, The Oklahoman, January 14, 2016
The Oklahoman editorial board writes in support of Philip’s recent infrastructure proposal in The Atlantic.
Abby Schachter, CapX, January 12, 2016
Philip talks about infrastructure permitting reform, the need for decision-makers to be able to make decisions.
Philip K. Howard, Public Administration Review, January 1, 2016
Philip offers a prescription to fix broken government: restore human responsibility.
Philip K. Howard, The Atlantic, December 28, 2015
Philip proposes a potential deal between Democrats and Republicans that could transform the economy.
Philip K. Howard, Ripon Forum, December 14, 2015
Philip contributes to an issue of the Ripon Forum focusing on the need to fix old laws.
William Galston, Wall Street Journal, December 2, 2015
Brookings’ William Galston calls Common Good’s Two Years, Not Ten Years “a landmark report.”