Interview with Douglas Rushkoff. We discuss his latest book, "Get Back in the Box: Innovation from the Inside Out", as well as "Open Source Democracy: A Demos Essay", "Nothing Sacred: The Truth About Judaism" and "Coercion: Why We Listen to What 'They' Say"; the origins of business and democracy in the renaissance; the Kryptonite lock scandal; Martha Stewart; Marx and Engles; Wal-Mart; what an open source democracy would look like and who he might vote for as president; the usurpation of the U.S. government through the Bush administration; the cause of the demise of inquiry and progressive action in Judaism; the Christianizing of Judaism; how writing "Nothing Sacred" changed his relationship with Judaism; combating coercion from governments and corporations; Hakim Bey and the "Temporary Autonomous Zone"; friendship as subversion; Timothy Leary.

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