How Campaign Finance Reform Could Happen. Really

Taylor Jr., Stuart
September 1999
National Journal;9/11/99, Vol. 31 Issue 37, p2535
Focuses on campaign finance reform in the United States. Claims by conservative Republicans that the proposed reforms would violate the First Amendment; Main elements that should be present for the proposals to be politically viable and worthy to be called `reform'; Possible effect of the proposed restrictions on corporate and union money; How unions and corporations circumvented election contribution laws.


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