Barnes, James A.
April 2002
National Journal;4/20/2002, Vol. 34 Issue 15, p1164
Focuses on the provisions of the campaign finance law and its implication on the financing system of the U.S. government. Discussion on taxation schemes and public financing system through soft money contributions; Estimated spending of the U.S. Federal Election Commission; Government programs related to the federal matching funds.


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