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Campaign Finance Disclosure and Legislative Fundraising Behavior
Unformatted Document Text:  23 Hall, Richard L., and Frank W. Wayman. 1990. Buying Time: Moneyed Interests and the Mobilization of Bias in Congressional Committees. American Political Science Review 84:797- 820. Hamilton, Joan. 2007. Politics Watchdog Follows the Money Online. The Nation, June 11. Hibbing, John R., and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. 2002. Stealth Democracy: Americans' Beliefs about How Goverment Should Work. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Hojnacki, Marie, and David C. Kimball. 1998. Organized Interests and the Decision of Whom to Lobby in Congress. American Political Science Review 92 (4):775-790. Langbein, Laura I. 1986. Money and Access: Some Empirical Evidence. The Journal of Politics 48:1052-1062. Langbein, Laura I., and Mark A. Lotwis. 1990. The Political Efficacy of Lobbying and Money: Gun Control in the U.S. House, 1986. Legislative Studies Quarterly 15 (3):413-440. Marshall, Thomas R. 1997. Bundling the Cash: Why Do Interest Groups Bundle Donations? The American Review of Politics 18:291-308. Marshall, Thomas R. 1999. Why PAC? Why Bundle? Patterns of Interest Group Donations. The American Review of Politics 20:245-260. McCarty, Nolan, and Lawrence S. Rothenburg. 2000. The Time to Give: PAC Motivations and Electoral Timing. Political Analysis 16 (43):239-259. McConnell v. FEC. 2003. 540 U.S. 93. Milyo, Jeffrey. 1997. Why campaign contributions aren't as corrupting as you think. Reason, July. Milyo, Jeffrey, David Primo, and Timothy Groseclose. 2000. Corporate PAC Contributions in Perspective. Business and Politics 2 (1):75-88.

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Hall, Richard L., and Frank W. Wayman. 1990. Buying Time: Moneyed Interests and the
Mobilization of Bias in Congressional Committees. American Political Science Review 84:797-
820.
Hamilton, Joan. 2007. Politics Watchdog Follows the Money Online. The Nation, June 11.
Hibbing, John R., and Elizabeth Theiss-Morse. 2002. Stealth Democracy: Americans' Beliefs about How
Goverment Should Work. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
Hojnacki, Marie, and David C. Kimball. 1998. Organized Interests and the Decision of Whom to
Lobby in Congress. American Political Science Review 92 (4):775-790.
Langbein, Laura I. 1986. Money and Access: Some Empirical Evidence. The Journal of Politics
48:1052-1062.
Langbein, Laura I., and Mark A. Lotwis. 1990. The Political Efficacy of Lobbying and Money: Gun
Control in the U.S. House, 1986. Legislative Studies Quarterly 15 (3):413-440.
Marshall, Thomas R. 1997. Bundling the Cash: Why Do Interest Groups Bundle Donations? The
American Review of Politics 18:291-308.
Marshall, Thomas R. 1999. Why PAC? Why Bundle? Patterns of Interest Group Donations. The
American Review of Politics 20:245-260.
McCarty, Nolan, and Lawrence S. Rothenburg. 2000. The Time to Give: PAC Motivations and
Electoral Timing. Political Analysis 16 (43):239-259.
McConnell v. FEC. 2003. 540 U.S. 93.
Milyo, Jeffrey. 1997. Why campaign contributions aren't as corrupting as you think. Reason, July.
Milyo, Jeffrey, David Primo, and Timothy Groseclose. 2000. Corporate PAC Contributions in
Perspective. Business and Politics 2 (1):75-88.


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