New on the campaign finance literary scene

Ralph Nader’s new book (fiction) apparently touches on campaign finance, among other issues that have been part of his political career.

The Meliorists, meanwhile, organize the Clean Elections Party, dedicated to reforming campaign finance laws and throwing corrupt politicians out of office. They educate the public on how citizens’ utility boards, once confined to matters involving gas and electric companies, can be used to address almost any issue. They lead a successful campaign to unionize Wal-Mart as part of a larger effort to reform a “low-wage business economy.”

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