Campaign Finance Deadlock, Part II: Campaign Finance Reform as Reform of the Electoral Process

by - November 13, 2014

If the uses of campaign finance rules to battle undue influence or its appearance will remain perpetually bogged down in disagreement – – particularly over whether the benefits of regulation justify the cost – – it does not follow that money in politics as a question for public policy has r

Source: Campaign Finance Deadlock, Part II: Campaign Finance Reform as Reform of the Electoral Process

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