We Need Simple Campaign Finance Reform

Elder, Larry
January 2000
Human Events;01/28/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p22
Offers a look on the corrupting nature of campaign finance contributions to political candidates in the United States. Report on campaign finance regulation by the Cato Institute; Influence of special interest group; Complaint of campaign finance reformers; Amount of money individuals and political action committees can contribute per candidate per election.


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