Coinciding with the paperback release of Plutocrats United
, I have written this oped for USA Today
. It concludes:
None of these things — Trump courting super PAC donors, Clinton getting paid by the wealthiest companies as a private… Continue reading
Now that Hillary Clinton has assembled a bipartisan cadre of billionaires to support her candidacy, how does she disperse the moneyed elite to help her in a campaign focused on income inequality?
Very thoughtful Ryan Pevnick review
in the New Rambler of my Plutocrats United book
There are many interesting discussions in the book that should challenge readers to rethink standard liberal and conservative positions on campaign finance reform. For instance,… Continue reading
Bill Maurer reviews
my book and Jane Mayer’s book for The Federalist Society:
Nonetheless, Mayer’s Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Radical Right and Hasen’s Plutocrats United: Campaign Money, the Supreme Court, and the Distortion of… Continue reading
The anti-First Amendment
Campaign Legal Center recently hosted noted election-law professor Rick Hasen to discuss his book ‘Plutocrats United
.’ Hasen presented the book’s reform themes of undue donor influence, corruption, and political inequality. And although… Continue reading
at the Brennan Center:
In May, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online
will publish a series of essays examining the role that political equality could play in the Supreme Court’s campaign finance jurisprudence. The authors in this… Continue reading
Very excited for this
, the last scheduled Plutocrats United event (it was supposed to be one of the first, until Snowmageddon II).
Steve Inskeep of NPR’s Morning Edition
talks to David Bossie of Citizens United.
I demand equal time
from our earlier event which was postponed due to the DC Blizzard:
Campaign financing is one of today’s most divisive political issues. The Left asserts that the electoral process is rife with corruption. The Right protests that the… Continue reading
Schedule of Events
Jeffrey Rosen is the keynote.
I’ll be doing my full Plutocrats United presentation
, with comments by Corey Brettschneider.
reviewing my book
at Library of Law and Liberty:
Hasen tries to balance political equality with free speech and, to his credit, his legal proposals and his philosophical arguments are both far friendlier to the Constitution than those… Continue reading
With commentary by Bertrall Ross and Tom Mann. Hosted by IGS and Berkeley law. Join us