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“The Claim that the Media is Rigging the Election–and Citizens United”

Ned Foley: Now for the relevance of Citizens United: insofar as the attack on that decision rests on the premise that corporate-funded speech will distort the electoral process by persuading voters of its message, it seems the same sort of … Continue reading ?
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