Cato Institute Policy Analysis No . 238 : Campaign Finance Regulation : Faulty Assumptions and Undemocratic Consequences September 13 , 1995

@inproceedings{Smith2010CatoIP,
  title={Cato Institute Policy Analysis No . 238 : Campaign Finance Regulation : Faulty Assumptions and Undemocratic Consequences September 13 , 1995},
  author={Bradley A. Smith},
  year={2010}
}
Efforts to limit political contributions and spending are extremely popular. Yet there is no serious evidence that campaign finance regulation has achieved or will achieve its goals of reducing the influence of money, opening up the political system, and lowering the cost of campaigns. Indeed, since the 1974 amendments to the Federal Election Campaign Act… CONTINUE READING