Allen, Terry J.
September 2000
American Prospect;09/25/2000, Vol. 11 Issue 21, p42
Highlights the case mounted by the Republican Party, the Vermont Right to Life Committee and the American Civil Liberties Union challenging Vermont's campaign finance reform bill. Problem of excessive money in politics; Decision of the court; Conception of money and politics; Integrity of democracy.


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