Money and Rights35 New York University Review of Law & Social Change 526 (2011)
AbstractThis article looks at when constitutionally protected rights are interpreted by courts to include a concomitant right to spend money to effectuate the underlying right and when they are not. It concludes that there are two strands in our constitutional law: the Integral Strand, in which a right includes the right to spend money and the Blocked Strand, in which it does not.
- Campaign Finance Reform,
- Contribution Limits,
- Other Reforms,
- Public Financing
Citation InformationDeborah Hellman. "Money and Rights" 35 New York University Review of Law & Social Change 526 (2011)
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