Free Speech and the 527 Prohibition

By Stephen M. Hoersting. Briefing Paper No. 96. April 3, 2006.

Uncompetitive Elections and the American Political System

By Patrick Basham and Dennis Polhill. Policy Analysis No. 547. June 30, 2005.

Three Myths about Voter Turnout in the United States

By John Samples. Policy Analysis No. 524. September 14, 2004.

The Failures of Taxpayer Financing of Presidential Campaigns

By John Samples. Policy Analysis No. 500. November 25, 2003.

Defining Democracy Down: Explaining the Campaign to Repeal Term Limits

By Patrick Basham. Policy Analysis No. 490. September 30, 2003.

The Benefits of Campaign Spending

By John J. Coleman. Briefing Paper No. 84. September 4, 2003.

The Constitutional Case against “Free” Airtime

By Laurence H. Winer. Policy Analysis No. 481. August 6, 2003.

Why Subsidize the Soapbox? The McCain Free Airtime Proposal and the Future of Broadcasting

By John Samples and Adam D. Thierer. Policy Analysis No. 480. August 6, 2003.

This Is Reform? Predicting the Impact of the New Campaign Financing Regulations

By Patrick Basham. Briefing Paper No. 78. November 20, 2002.

Does Cleanliness Lead to Competitiveness? The Failure of Maine’s Experiment with Taxpayer Financing of Campaigns

By Patrick Basham and Martin Zelder. Policy Analysis No. 456. October 16, 2002.

Fat Cats and Thin Kittens: Are People Who Make Large Campaign Contributions Different?

By John McAdams and John C. Green. Briefing Paper No. 76. September 25, 2002.

Campaign Finance Regulation: Lessons from Washington State

By Michael J. New. Briefing Paper No. 73. September 5, 2002.

Government Financing of Campaigns: Public Choice and Public Values

By John Samples. Policy Analysis No. 448. August 26, 2002.

The Effect of Campaign Finance Laws on Electoral Competition: Evidence from the States

By Thad Kousser and Ray LaRaja. Policy Analysis No. 426. February 14, 2002.

It’s the Spending, Stupid! Understanding Campaign Finance in the Big-Government Era

By Patrick Basham. Briefing Paper No. 64. July 18, 2001.

More Government for All: How Taxpayers Subsidize Anti-Tax Cut Advocacy

By John Samples, Christopher Yablonski, and Ivan G. Osorio. Policy Analysis No. 407. July 10, 2001.

Making the World Safer for Incumbents: The Consequences of McCain-Feingold-Cochran

By John Samples. Policy Analysis No. 393. March 14, 2001.

Public Opinion and Campaign Finance: A Skeptical Look at Senator McCain’s Claims

By David M. Primo. Briefing Paper No. 60. January 31, 2001.

Letter from Roger Pilon to Sen. McConnell on Campaign Finance Reform

By Roger Pilon. White Paper. October 12, 1999.

Campaign Finance “Reform” Proposals: A First Amendment Analysis

By Lillian R. BeVier. Policy Analysis No. 282. September 4, 1997.

Campaign Reform: Let’s Not Give Politicians the Power to Decide What We Can Say about Them

By Douglas Johnson and Mike Beard. Briefing Paper No. 31. July 4, 1997.

Money, Politics, and the First Amendment

By Major Garrett. Briefing Paper No. 30. June 19, 1997.

Campaign Finance Regulation: Faulty Assumptions and Undemocratic Consequences

By Bradley A. Smith. Policy Analysis No. 238. September 13, 1995.

The Permissible Uses of Forced Union Dues: From Hanson to Beck

By Charles W. Baird. Policy Analysis No. 174. July 24, 1992.

Political Advertising Regulation: An Unconstitutional Menace?

By Stephen Bates. Policy Analysis No. 112. September 22, 1988.