• Symposium

    Campaign Finance Reform: Will Anything Work? The Inaugural David G. Trager Public Policy Symposium, March 7, 1997

    I. Campaign Finance Reform: The General Landscape

    The Sirens' Song: Campaign Finance Regulation and the First Amendment
    Professor Bradley A. Smith

    Giving, Spending and "Soft Money"
    Professor Anthony Corrado

    II. Campaign Finance Reform: Life in the Trenches

    Campaign Finance: Life as a Political Consultant
    David A. Keene

    Campaign Finance: A Challenger's Perspective on Funding and Reform
    Corneilus P. McCarthy

    The New York City Model: Essentials for Effective Campaign Finance Regulation
    Nicole A. Gordon

    III. Campaign Finance Reform: The Constitutional Questions

    The History and Theory of Buckley v. Valeo
    Hon. Ralph K. Winter

    Buckley's Analytical Flaws
    Professor Burt Neuborne

    Spending Limits and The Squandering of Candidate's Time
    Professor Vincent A. Blasi

    Comments on Campaign Finance Reform
    Professor Henry P. Monaghan

    Campaign Finance Reform: Still Searching Today for a Better Way
    Professor Joel M. Gora

  • Notes:

    Rights Discourse and Mandatory HIV Testing of Pregnant Women and Newborns
    Jennifer Sinton

    Amending the Violence Against Women Act: Creating a Rebuttable Presumption of Gender Animus in Rape Cases
    Jennifer Gaffney

    "DWB (Driving While Black)" and Equal Protection: The Realities of Unconstitutional Police Practice
    Jennifer Larrabee

    Turning to State Legislatures to Legalize Physician-Assisted Suicide for Seriously Ill, Non-Terminal Patients After Quill v. Vacco and Washington v. Glucksberg
    Kathy Glynn

    Looking Past a Smoke Screen: A First Amendment Analysis of the Food and Drug Administration's Final Rule Restricting Tobacco Advertising
    Gerald Griffin

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