The End of the Fortune 500 and the Rise of the 50,000 Everyman: An Examination of Corporate Political Activity in Political Elections Post-Citizens United

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The End of the Fortune 500 and the Rise of the 50,000 Everyman: An Examination of Corporate Political Activity in Political Elections Post-Citizens United

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Title: The End of the Fortune 500 and the Rise of the 50,000 Everyman: An Examination of Corporate Political Activity in Political Elections Post-Citizens United
Author: Miller, Anthony J.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1961/10650
Date: 2012-07-31


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