An expert on political finance, Anthony Corrado focuses on campaign finance; political party behavior; and campaign and election law.
Watergate underscored the dangers of unlimited contributions and shadow campaign funds. One hopes it will not take another such scandal to bring about more enduring reforms.
In the aftermath of Citizens United, little of the regulatory structure erected after Watergate remains. As a result, an unending quest for campaign dollars has become a permanent feature of our political culture.
[T]he fact that Romney has had to devote so much time and resources to the Michigan primary is a bad sign.
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