TITLE

Election Law Miscellany: Enforcement, Access to Debates, Qualification of Initiatives

AUTHOR(S)
Lowenstein, Daniel H.
PUB. DATE
June 1999
SOURCE
Texas Law Review;Jun99, Vol. 77 Issue 7, p2001
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Analyzes several political campaign issues in the United States. Cost of accessing ballots for initiatives; Disagreement to the contention that the exclusion of minor parties in political debates in a two-party system of government violates the democratic process; Analysis of the approaches to studying the implementation of campaign finance laws.
ACCESSION #
2168858

 

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