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Money in Politics: How Far Does the Egalitarian Position Go?

Cross-posted from Balkinization: Egalitarian arguments in the US for regulating campaign spending almost always stop at regulating money in the context of elections.  But why don’t the same arguments also extend to regulating spending in the context of public debate … Continue reading ?
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