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If It’s Not Broken . . . or Is It?

In this article, Frank J. Sorauf, a distinguished political scientist, looks at the influence of money in campaigns. Sorauf examines many of the faulty assumptions regarding money in politics including whether money buys votes in legislatures, whether it determines who gets elected, and also asks whether candidates are spending too much money.

Filed Under: Contribution Limits, Contribution Limits, Contributions & Limits, Faulty Assumptions, Research

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