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by Frederick Gilbert Slabach

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Author: Frederick Gilbert Slabach
ISBN: 0890894248
Language: English
Pages: 613 pages
Category: Constitutional Law
Publisher: Carolina Academic Pr; 2 edition (December 31, 2006)
Rating: 4.2
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Constitution and campaign finance. The organization of the materials makes the book ideal for a campaign finance module for existing Constitutional Law, First Amendment, and Political Science courses, or for a seminar on this important subject. No current Talk conversations about this book.

If campaign finance reform stirs you, it's worth a read. 2 people found this helpful. The problem with money in elections and politics generally is understood very well by the average citizen. Contrary to the SCt pretense in Citizens, money destroys equality in politics-that is in fact the whole point of throwing money into politics, to outweigh the opposition, to amplify and multiply an individual voice into many voices using money. Money is the great sin in America. Its the great disequalizer.

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About the Campaign Finance Reform Series T his paper is one of a series of papers issued by the Brennan Center for Justice .

About the Campaign Finance Reform Series T his paper is one of a series of papers issued by the Brennan Center for Justice exploring issues of money and politics. The following titles are part of the series: Campaign Finance Reform and the Constitution: A Critical Look at Buckley v. Valeo By Burt Neuborne The Values of Campaign Finance Reform By Burt Neuborne A Survey of Existing Efforts to Reform the Campaign Finance Sytem By Burt Neuborne The Flow of Money in Congressional Elections By Kenneth N. Weine For more information, or to.

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A campaign finance reform amendment refers to any proposed amendment to the United States Constitution to authorize greater restrictions on spending related to political speech.

A campaign finance reform amendment refers to any proposed amendment to the United States Constitution to authorize greater restrictions on spending related to political speech, and to overturn Supreme Court rulings which have narrowed such laws under the First Amendment. Several amendments have been filed since Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission and the Occupy movement.

This new edition assembles the scholarship of some of the most prominent critics and supporters of jurisprudence on the U.S. Constitution and campaign finance. Contributors include academics, juddges, reform advocates and practitioners, including Columbia law professor Richard Briffault, Chicago law professor Case R. Sunstei, former FCC Commission Chairman Reed Hundt, Democracy 21 president Fred Wertheimer, and former U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit Judge J. Skelly Wright.Among many important topics, the new edition discusses the concept of money as speech, the possible compelling state interests necessary to justify government limitations, and various alternative methods of regulating campaign finance. The new edition includes discussions of the 2002 Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (the so-called McCain-Feingold Legislation), the 2003 U.S. Supreme Court decision in McConnell v. FEC, and entities organized under Internal Revenue Code section 527.The organization of the materials allows the addition of campaign finance module for existing Constitutional Law, Election Law, First Amendment, and Political Science courses or the creation of a separarte course on this important subject.