The Election After Reform Money, Politics, and the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act

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  • Copyright: 2006-04-06
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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These groundbreaking studies, rich with data, include chapters on political parties, 527 committees and interest groups, television ads, the ground war, Congressional politics, and presidential campaigns. A must-read for its insightful and nuanced assessments of the effects of reform. Visit our website for sample chapters!

Table of Contents

Assessing the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Actp. 1
Party finance in the wake of BCRA : an overviewp. 19
The parties' congressional campaign committees in 2004p. 38
State and local political partiesp. 57
BCRA and the 527 groupsp. 79
Interest groups and advocacy organizations after BCRAp. 112
Much more of the same : television advertising pre- and post-BCRAp. 141
Stepping out of the shadows? : ground-war activity in 2004p. 161
The first congressional elections after BCRAp. 185
Self-financed candidates and the "millionaires' amendment"p. 204
A public funding system in jeopardy : lessons from the presidential nomination contest of 2004p. 219
The Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act : a summaryp. 247
McConnell v. FEC 540 U.S. 93 [2003] : a summaryp. 251
FEC regulations : soft moneyp. 254
FEC regulations : coordinated and independent expendituresp. 259
FEC regulations : electioneering communicationsp. 266
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