Who's in Charge? Accountability in Political Action Committees
Frank J. Sorauf asks to whom are political action committees (PACs) accountable for the resources they spend on American electoral politics. He finds that with some significant exceptions, the main line of accountability in a PAC is not to its donors, but to its parent organization.
Electing Jesse Ventura: A Third-Party Success Story, Jacob Lentz Reviewed by Frank J. Sorauf
Serious Money: Fundraising and Contributing in Presidential Nomination Campaigns, Clifford W. Brown, Jr., Clyde Wilcox and Lynda W. Powell Reviewed by Frank J. Sorauf
The Rebirth of Federalism: Slouching toward Washington, David B. Walker Reviewed by Frank J. Sorauf
Political Parties and the State: The American Historical Experience, Martin Shefter Reviewed by Frank J. Sorauf
Boiling Point: Democrats, Republicans, and the Decline of Middle-Class Prosperity, Kevin Phillips Reviewed by Frank J. Soraufmore by this author
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