Talk Is Cheap

Rosen, Jeffrey
February 2000
New Republic;02/14/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 7, p20
Focuses on the political campaign finance reforms in the U.S. Argument that campaign finance regulation forces political speech underground, through Internet publishing, cable television, and radio; Information that political action committees and independent-expenditure committees evade donation restrictions by paying for advertising; Comment on the corruption of published information regarding presidential candidates, funded by supporters, which is protected under the First Amendment; Opinion that the Supreme Court decision in the case Buckley v. Valeo should be overturned.


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