Democracy by the people : reforming campaign finance in America / edited by Eugene D. Mazo (Rutgers University), Timothy K. Kuhner (University of Auckland).

  • Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2018.
  • ©2018
xv, 487 pages ; 24 cm


"The ideas in this book were originally debated at a symposium that was organized and generously sponsored by Free Speech For People and held in Newark, New Jersey, on April 1, 2016"--page xiii.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • The third coming of American plutocracy : what campaign finance reformers are up against / Timothy K. Kuhner
  • Liberty, equality, bribery, and self-government : reframing the campaign finance debate / Deborah Hellman
  • Aligning campaign finance law / Nicholas Stephanopoulos
  • Reforming campaign finance reform : the future of public financing / Richard Briffault
  • Raising all of our voices for democracy : a hybrid public funding proposal / Adam Lioz
  • Reorienting disclosure debates in a post-Citizens United world / Katherine Shaw
  • Beyond repair : FEC reform and deadlock deference / Daniel P. Tokaji
  • The people's pledge : campaign finance reform without legal reform / Ganesh Sitaraman
  • Super PAC insurance : a private sector solution to reform campaign finance / Nick Warshaw
  • Constraining and channeling corporate political power in Trump's America / Kent Greenfield
  • Reforming lobbying / Maggie McKinley
  • Regulating campaign finance through legislative recusal rules / Eugene D. Mazo
  • Contributions and corruption : restoring aggregate limits in the states / Michael D. Gilbert
  • Developing better empirical evidence for future campaign finance cases / Brent Ferguson and Chisun Lee
  • Fixing the Supreme Court's mistake : the case for the Twenty-Eighth Amendment / Ronald A. Fein
  • The repudiation of Buckley v. Valeo / K.D. Ewing
  • Equal participation and campaign finance / Yasmin Dawood
  • Political finance and political equality : lessons from Europe / Ósscar Sánchez Muñoz.
  • 9781107177635 ((hardback ; : alk. paper))
  • 1107177634 ((hardback ; : alk. paper))
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