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The Resource Inside the campaign finance battle : court testimony on the new reforms, Anthony Corrado, Thomas E. Mann, and Trevor Potter, editors

Inside the campaign finance battle : court testimony on the new reforms, Anthony Corrado, Thomas E. Mann, and Trevor Potter, editors

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Inside the campaign finance battle : court testimony on the new reforms
Title
Inside the campaign finance battle
Title remainder
court testimony on the new reforms
Statement of responsibility
Anthony Corrado, Thomas E. Mann, and Trevor Potter, editors
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
GUL
Index
no index present
LC call number
KF4920
LC item number
.I57 2003
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1957-
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  • Corrado, Anthony
  • Potter, Trevor
  • Mann, Thomas E
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  • Campaign funds
  • Campaign funds
Label
Inside the campaign finance battle : court testimony on the new reforms, Anthony Corrado, Thomas E. Mann, and Trevor Potter, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Raymon J. La Raja
  • The
  • need for federal regulation of state party activity
  • Donald Green
  • A
  • Senate Democrat's perspective
  • David Boren
  • A
  • Senate Republicans perspective
  • Alan K. Simpson
  • The
  • Mobilizing voters : the coordinated campaign
  • Gail Stolz
  • State party activity and the BCRA
  • Kathleen Bowler
  • State party activity under the Levin Admendment
  • Mark Brewer
  • Role of federal officials in state pary fund-raising
  • Mitch McConnell
  • Party and interest group electioneering in federal elections
  • David B. Magleby
  • rise of soft money
  • Electioneering communications in recent elections : the case for a new standard
  • Kenneth M. Goldstein
  • Issue advocacy and the integrity of the political process
  • Jonathan Krasno and Frank J. Sorauf
  • Rebuttal to the expert reports of Kenneth M. Goldstein and Jonathan S. Krasno and Frank J. Sorauf
  • James L. Gibson
  • Rebuttal to Gibson
  • Jonathan S. Krasno
  • The
  • National Association of Manufacturers' advertising helps lobby Congress
  • Thomas E. Mann
  • Paul R. Huard
  • Why the Chamber of Commerce runs issue ads
  • R. Bruce Josten
  • How the Reform Act adversely affects the the Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Edward L. Monroe
  • A
  • practitioner looks at how issue groups select and target federal candidates
  • Rocky Pennington
  • How issue ads are designed to target federal candidates without 'express advocacy"
  • Douglas L. Bailey
  • Parties versus interest groups
  • A
  • consultant's view on how issue ads shaped a Congressional election
  • Terry S. Beckett
  • Public attitudes toward campaign finance practice and reform
  • Robert Y. Shapiro
  • Public views of party soft money
  • Mark Mellman and Richard Wirthlin
  • The
  • Reform Act will not reduce the appearance of corruption in American politics
  • Whitfield Ayres
  • Sydney M. Milkis
  • Rebuttal to Ayres
  • Robert Y. Shapiro
  • Campaign contributions, the appearance of corruption, and trust in government
  • David M. Primo
  • Large contributions provide unequal access
  • Robert Rozen
  • Corporate America contributes soft money under pressure
  • Gerald Greenwald
  • Large contributions are given to influence legislation
  • Robert W. Hickmott
  • Why soft money has not strengthened parties
  • Elected officials often used to obtain large donations for the parties
  • Wade Randlett
  • Why I participate in a corrupt system
  • Peter L. Buttenwieser
  • How my soft money contributions have helped elect good federal candidates
  • Steven T. Kirsch
  • How the Senate was corrupted by soft money
  • Paul Simon
  • Consequences of members soliciting soft money
  • Warren Rudman
  • Jonathan S. Krasno and Frank Sorauf
  • A
  • cosponsor's prespective : why I don't raise soft money for the party
  • Christopher Shays
  • Congress is mired in corrupt soft money
  • John McCain
  • Parties support members who fund-raise
  • Dale Bumpers
  • Corruption is not an issue in American politics
  • Mitch McConnell
  • Parties undermined by soft money
  • Why soft money has strengthened parties
  • Donald Fowler
  • Parties weakened by appearance of corruption
  • William E. Brock
Control code
52110394
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 333 pages
Isbn
9780815715832
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Label
Inside the campaign finance battle : court testimony on the new reforms, Anthony Corrado, Thomas E. Mann, and Trevor Potter, editors
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Raymon J. La Raja
  • The
  • need for federal regulation of state party activity
  • Donald Green
  • A
  • Senate Democrat's perspective
  • David Boren
  • A
  • Senate Republicans perspective
  • Alan K. Simpson
  • The
  • Mobilizing voters : the coordinated campaign
  • Gail Stolz
  • State party activity and the BCRA
  • Kathleen Bowler
  • State party activity under the Levin Admendment
  • Mark Brewer
  • Role of federal officials in state pary fund-raising
  • Mitch McConnell
  • Party and interest group electioneering in federal elections
  • David B. Magleby
  • rise of soft money
  • Electioneering communications in recent elections : the case for a new standard
  • Kenneth M. Goldstein
  • Issue advocacy and the integrity of the political process
  • Jonathan Krasno and Frank J. Sorauf
  • Rebuttal to the expert reports of Kenneth M. Goldstein and Jonathan S. Krasno and Frank J. Sorauf
  • James L. Gibson
  • Rebuttal to Gibson
  • Jonathan S. Krasno
  • The
  • National Association of Manufacturers' advertising helps lobby Congress
  • Thomas E. Mann
  • Paul R. Huard
  • Why the Chamber of Commerce runs issue ads
  • R. Bruce Josten
  • How the Reform Act adversely affects the the Associated Builders and Contractors
  • Edward L. Monroe
  • A
  • practitioner looks at how issue groups select and target federal candidates
  • Rocky Pennington
  • How issue ads are designed to target federal candidates without 'express advocacy"
  • Douglas L. Bailey
  • Parties versus interest groups
  • A
  • consultant's view on how issue ads shaped a Congressional election
  • Terry S. Beckett
  • Public attitudes toward campaign finance practice and reform
  • Robert Y. Shapiro
  • Public views of party soft money
  • Mark Mellman and Richard Wirthlin
  • The
  • Reform Act will not reduce the appearance of corruption in American politics
  • Whitfield Ayres
  • Sydney M. Milkis
  • Rebuttal to Ayres
  • Robert Y. Shapiro
  • Campaign contributions, the appearance of corruption, and trust in government
  • David M. Primo
  • Large contributions provide unequal access
  • Robert Rozen
  • Corporate America contributes soft money under pressure
  • Gerald Greenwald
  • Large contributions are given to influence legislation
  • Robert W. Hickmott
  • Why soft money has not strengthened parties
  • Elected officials often used to obtain large donations for the parties
  • Wade Randlett
  • Why I participate in a corrupt system
  • Peter L. Buttenwieser
  • How my soft money contributions have helped elect good federal candidates
  • Steven T. Kirsch
  • How the Senate was corrupted by soft money
  • Paul Simon
  • Consequences of members soliciting soft money
  • Warren Rudman
  • Jonathan S. Krasno and Frank Sorauf
  • A
  • cosponsor's prespective : why I don't raise soft money for the party
  • Christopher Shays
  • Congress is mired in corrupt soft money
  • John McCain
  • Parties support members who fund-raise
  • Dale Bumpers
  • Corruption is not an issue in American politics
  • Mitch McConnell
  • Parties undermined by soft money
  • Why soft money has strengthened parties
  • Donald Fowler
  • Parties weakened by appearance of corruption
  • William E. Brock
Control code
52110394
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
x, 333 pages
Isbn
9780815715832
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n

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