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Coining Corruption: The Making of the American Campaign Finance System Hardcover – Aug. 15 2007

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""A good overall evaluation on the history of money and politics in American elections."?Choice

"A terrific book about the history of campaign finance reform and how notions of political corruption and democratic theory have evolved and shifted over the past 130 years."?Adam Winkler, UCLA School of Law

"An eye-opening examination of the history, flaws, and bright points of America's modern political system."?The Midwest Book Review"

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Kurt Hohenstein, who served as a Research Assistant on the National Commission on Election Reform, is Assistant Professor of History at Winona State University.

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