Campaign Finance Reform: A Sourcebook

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CHAPTER 2
MONEY AND POLITICS A History of Federal Campaign Finance Law

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION Anthony Corrado27
DOCUMENTS
2.1 Tillman Act of 1907, 34 Stat. 864 ( January 26, 1907) 36
2.2 Publicity Act of 1910, 36 Stat. 822 ( June 25, 1910) 37
2.3 1911 Amendments to the Publicity Act, 37 Stat. 25 ( August 19, 1911) 39
2.4 Federal Corrupt Practices Act, 1925, 43 Stat. 1070 ( February 28, 1925) 42
2.5 1940 Amendments to the Hatch Act, 54 Stat. 767 ( July 19, 1940) 47
2.6 Taft-Hartley Act of 1947, 61 Stat. 136 ( June 23, 1947) 49
2.7 Revenue Act of 1971: A Summary 50
2.8 Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971: A Summary 52
2.9 Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments of 1974: A Summary 53
2.10 Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments of 1976: A Summary 56
2.11 Revenue Act of 1978: A Summary 58
2.12 Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments of 1979: A Summary 59

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