PACs, Super-PACs, and Fundraising
The role of money in politics has been debated ever since the United States gained independence from Great Britain. Modern political campaigns have grown incresingly expensive and campaign finance laws more complex. This book explores the growth of campaign financing and how it applies to modren political campaigns at the national and state levels. It examines the involvement in politics of organizations know as PACs and Super PACs, some of which are controversial. The book also delves into the ongoing battle for campaign finance reform, as well as how that reform might take place and what it could look like.