New Money

Cottle, Michelle
October 2002
New Republic;10/28/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 18, p11
Assesses the implications of the U.S. campaign fund reform legislation sponsored by Senators John McCain and Russell Feingold for Minnesota politics effective October 2002. Comment on an advertising campaign launched by the Citizens Opposed to Racism and Discrimination against Democratic Senator Paul Wellstone; Disadvantages of the fact that independent interest groups are not constrained by disclosure laws; Views on an amendment prohibiting the use of soft money for certain types of third-party advertisements.


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