Campaign Finance: Background, Regulation and Reform
Thomas P. Kallen
Nova Science Pub., 2009 - Political Science - 199 pages
As the recently ended U.S. presidential campaign made clear (once again), money talks and ...Therefore, should funding of political campaigns be regulated or just go to the highest bidder or those who can raise the largest amount of funds on the internet or from private sources? This book examines these issues.
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