If It's Broke...
The Campaign Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Regulating the influence of television in U.S. politics is becoming less important than regulating the capacious influence of the internet—but the available methods are not remotely comparable.

Appeared in: Volume 11, Number 2 | Published on: October 10, 2015
Nathaniel Persily is the James B. McClatchy Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, and professor, by courtesy, in the Departments of Political Science and Communication at Stanford University.
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