Briffault, Richard
May 2011
Georgia State University Law Review;Summer2011, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p887
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the importance to dejudicialize the American campaign finance law. It reviews the internal problems of the Supreme Court's the campaign finance doctrine as well as its inconsistencies and practical and theoretical difficulties. It discusses the corporation treatment, contribution or expenditure distinction, and the scope of the election-related activity of the court.


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