July 1993
New Republic;7/12/93, Vol. 209 Issue 2, p7
Comments on the proposed legislation regarding financing of congressional and presidential election campaign in the U.S. Basic structural problem of campaign finance reform; Limiting of out-of-state political contributions; Mitigation of the unfair advantages of incumbents; Information that the bill, instead of trying to eliminate all the advantages of incumbency, which is impossible, concentrates on mitigating some of the most unfair ones.


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