The summer of reform

Lynch, Michael W.
August 1998
Reason;Aug/Sep98, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p7
Discusses the return of campaign finance reform in the United States. Proposed campaign finance reform bills preferred by reform enthusiasts; Effect of the proposed bills on the ability of political parties to raise and spend money; Move of the Republicans to enable them to use mandatory dues money for political activity.


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