The Impact of Campaign Reform on Political Discourse
DARRELL M. WEST, L. SANDY MAISEL, and BRETT M. CLIFTON assess the effectiveness of reforms designed to improve the quality of American election campaigns. Using an analysis of news, ads, debates, campaign literature, mailings, and other forms of communication during competitive House and Senate contests, they argue that reform activities were not very effective overall at improving the quality of campaign discourse.
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