“A Level Playing Field – Campaign Finance Reform” with Bruce Cain, Jerry Lubenow, and Ron Unz
Uncommon Knowledge/Hoover Institution, December 9, 1999
In 2000, the amount of money spent in political campaigns in the United States may reach three billion dollars. Is that too much? Have our politicians been corrupted by special interests and their money? What can be done to reform our system of campaign finance? Should contribution limits be raised or eliminated? Is immediate public disclosure of contributions the answer? What are the prospects for campaign finance reform in the near future?