Campaign Finance Reform: A Sourcebook

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Accord, Massachusetts v. United States (1988), 269
ACLU. SeeAmerican Civil Liberties Union
ACT-UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), 328
Adkins v. Children's Hospital (1923), 115-16
Advocacy, express: court rulings, 229-36, 245-48, 251-66, 269, 309, 327-28; definitions, 229, 231-32, 233, 254-55, 308-09; regulations, 228, 235-36, 238, 260. See also Federal Election Commission v. Massachusetts Citizens for Life, Inc.
Advocacy, issue: coordinated, 236-38, 306-07; corporations, 3, 18, 81; court rulings, 229-35, 236, 237, 243-44, 245-48, 257-66, 327-38; definitions, 3, 6, 16, 23n4, 227-28, 238; disclosure, 243-44; labor unions, 3, 17-18, 240-42; legal issues, 16-17; party committees, 12-13; reforms, 238-39, 273; regulations, 10, 16, 68, 227-28, 238, 271-74; role of, 2; soft money, 175, 214-16, 241, 242. See alsoSoft money
AFL-CIO. SeeAmerican Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations
Aikens, Joan D., 200, 279
Akins v. Federal Election Commission (1996), 20
Alabama, 157
Alaska, 373
Alexander, Herb, 324
Amendment, Fifth, 69, 343, 392
Amendment, First: contributions, 63, 67-69, 90, 128; corporations and labor unions, 78-86; democratic ideals and, 100; environment and context, 254; expenditures, 64, 67-69, 71-74, 76, 99, 103, 114-15; expenditures, coordinated, 65-66; expenditures, independent, 87-92; expenditures, individual, 2, 9; fairness and equality, 95, 99, 101; federal election laws and, 5; freedom of association, 90, 162; freedom of the press, 10; freedom of speech, 83, 98, 99, 114-15, 162, 163-64, 245, 253; issue advocacy, 241; political action committees, 162, 163-64; political parties, 87-92. See alsoConstitution, U.S.; Reforms, constitutional and legal issues
Amendment, Fourteenth, 79, 83
American Bar Association, 324, 325-26
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 161-64, 243, 265
American Enterprise Institute, 20, 324, 325-26
American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO), 17, 227, 240-42, 271
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Workers, 328
American Medical Association Police Action Committee (AMPAC), 286, 287
AMPAC. SeeAmerican Medical Association Police Action Committee
Amway Corp., 217
Anderson, John, 13
Arkansas, 340, 341, 371, 376-78
Associated Milk Producers, Inc., 283
Atlantic Richfield Co., 219
Austin v. Michigan State Chamber of Commerce (1990), 64, 65, 82-92, 268, 309
Baker, Ross K., 134-39
Banks: contributions, 9-10, 27-28, 36, 45-46, 49, 130-31; expenditures, 18, 64, 78-81, 130-31. See alsoCorporations
Baran, Jan, 288
Barbour, Haley, 19, 221
Bingham, Jonathan B., 283
BIPAC. SeeBusiness Industry Political Action Committee
Bishop, Charles D., 157
Bolton, John, 285
Bowman, 344-48, 353-55
Bowsher v. Synar ( 1986), 291
Bradley, Bill, 100
Breyer, Stephen G., 65, 87-88, 90
Broken Promise: Why the Federal Election Commission Failed (Twentieth Century Fund), 281-89, 315-22
Brookings Institution, 20, 324, 325-26, 332-34, 379-86
Buckley, James, 243
Buckley v. Valeo (1976): campaign costs, 75, 76; contributions, 63-64, 67-71, 73, 76, 77, 87, 90, 272; corruption, 63-64, 65, 66, 70, 72-73, 96, 103, 272; definitions, 64, 69, 71, 246-47; dissent and concurrence, 75-77; effects of, 2, 55, 63-64, 95-96; equality, 73-74, 75, 99, 116-17; expenditures, 9, 63, 65-66, 67-68, 71-75, 76-77, 87, 90, 97, 126, 163, 245-46, 272; Federal Election Campaign Act, 33, 56, 63, 228-29, 245; Federal Election Commission, 277, 284, 290, 291; issue and express advocacy, 227-29, 235, 236, 243-44, 250, 252- 54, 257, 261, 263, 269-70, 327-28; overruling of, 95, 97, 98- 103, 117; political action committees, 162; political party committees, 215; reporting and disclosure, 243-44, 247-48, 250, 252-53, 272; text, 67-77, 243-48; vagueness issues, 64, 228-29, 246-48, 257. See alsoFederal Election Campaign Act; Reforms

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