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“Campaign Finance, Iron Triangles & the Decline of American Political Discourse”

Timothy A. Canova emails: Please see my article, “Campaign Finance, Iron Triangles & the Decline of American Political Discourse,” which was recently published in the Nexus Journal, in a symposium issue on campaign finance reform. As you will see, my article places the debate about campaign finance in a wider context about the privatization of the TV airwaves (the “vast wasteland”) and the closing of our public space by a largely captured Federal Communications Commission.

Perhaps your readers would be interested. Please consider plugging my article on your blog, and including the SSRN link: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=993502

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