Carnegie Corporation sees the troubling relationship between money and politics as one of the symptoms of the growing separation between the U.S. electoral system and the concerns of ordinary citizens. A new Carnegie Review traces the foundation's years of support for campaign finance reform in hopes of motivating others interested in addressing this issue.
Title: Strengthening U.S. Democracy through Campaign Finance Reform
Publication date 2008-01-01
Publication Year 2008
Carnegie Corporation of New York
North America / United States
, public financing
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