Campaign finance reform / edited by Christopher Luna.

New York : H.W. Wilson, 2001.
viii, 198 p. ; 26 cm.


Summary note
"Contributors explore the role of money in political campaigns. Corporate influence, soft money fund-raising, PACs, the role of the FCC, and First Amendment considerations, are among the topics addressed."
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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  • A history of federal campaign finance law / Anthony Corrado
  • Money troubles / Dan Froomkin
  • Designed for impotence / Joshua Wolf Shenk
  • Scandal of the past, present and future / Ellen Miller and Micah Sifry
  • Got money? / Ron Schaumburg and Timothy Kelley
  • Moving money around Washington / Steven and Allison R. Hayward
  • The new money game / Romesh Ratnesar
  • Tobacco and its money have minority allies in New York / Clifford J. Levy
  • Social In-security / Common Cause
  • Bought and paid for / Mark Hertsgaard
  • Corporate cash pours into conventions / Mike Allen
  • Campaign overhaul mired in money and loopholes / Karen Foerstel and Peter Wallsten, with Derek Willis
  • Double down: a look at soft money fund-raising by leadership PACs / Holly Bailey
  • The reform quandary / Jeremy Lehrer
  • One cheer for soft money / Steven E. Schier
  • "The First Amendment is not a stop sign against reform" / Bob Schiff
  • Campaign finance reform: faulty assumptions and undemocratic consequences / Bradley A. Smith
  • Campaign primer's first lesson: cash flows from contacts / Guy Gugliotta
  • Free money / James V. DeLong
  • A look at ... roadblocks to campaign reform / Milton S. Gwirtzman --The first step in campaign finance reform: fix the FCC / Pat Choate
  • Profiteering from democracy / Charles Lewis
  • Senate approves disclosure measure / Helen Dewar
  • Taking offense / Jonathan Cohn
  • The hard fight against soft money / William Greider
  • Political reform comes from communities / Ric Bainter and Paul Lhevine
  • Clean money in Maine / Marc Cooper.
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