David Schultz is professor in the Graduate School of Public Administration and Management at Hamline University and he holds appointments as an adjunct professor of law at Hamline University, University of Minnesota, and the University of St. Thomas. He has a Ph.D. in Political Science and a J.D. from the University of Minnesota. Professor Schultz is the author or editor of 16 books and over forty articles. His most recent publications include LEVERAGING THE LAW: USING THE COURTS TO ACHIEVE SOCIAL CHANGE (1998), THE POLITICS OF CIVIL SERVICE REFORM (1998); IT'S SHOW TIME! MEDIA, POLITICS, AND POPULAR CULTURE (2000); ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW (2002); SOCIAL CAPITAL: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNITY AND BOWLING ALONE (2002); and MONEY, POLITICS, AND CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM LAW IN THE STATES (2002).
How much does money really matter in American politics? A first-of-its-kind reference book, this encyclopedia provides the most up-to-date research and analysis regarding how money affects American campaigns, elections, politics, and public policy.
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2: Adelson, Sheldon.
3: Agenda Setting (Role of Money).
4: Aggregate Contribution Limits.
5: Alexander, Herbert E..
6: American Legislative Exchange Council.
7: Anonymous Speech.
8: Arizona Free Enterprise Club’s Freedom Pac v. Bennett.
9: Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commerce.
10: Ballot Access Fees.
11: Ballot Propositions (Paying Petition Gathers and Other Stipulations).
12: Ballot Propositions and Campaign Finance Laws.
13: Ban on Political Contributions by Lobbyists.
14: Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002.
15: Board of County Commissioners v. Umbehr.
16: Branti v. Finkel.
18: Buckley v. Valeo.
20: Campaign Finance Disclosure.
21: Campaign Finance Reform.
22: Campaign Spending and Campaign Results.
23: Campaign Spending and Reelection Rates.
24: Candidate Authorization of Communications.
25: Caperton v. A. T. Massey Coal Co..
26: Citizens Against Rent Control v. City of Berkeley.
27: Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission.
28: Colorado Republican Federal Campaign Committee v. Federal Election Commission.
29: Committee to Re-Elect the President.
30: Common Cause.
31: Congressional Fundraising.
32: Coordinated Spending.
33: Corporate Personhood.
35: Cox, Archibald.
36: Crédit Mobilier Scandal.
37: Davis v. Federal Election Commission.
38: Doe v. Reed.
39: Electioneering Communications.
40: Elrod v. Burns.
41: Emily’s List.
42: Equality (As a Compelling Governmental Interest).