In a New York Times op-ed piece titled "More Rules, More Money," Jan Witold Baran and Robert F. Bauer mock the pretensions of campaign finance "reformers" like Russell Feingold and John McCain—whose efforts, they say, are good for incumbents, election lawyers, and, well, that's pretty much it. The piece is remarkable not so much for its argument as for the fact that the Times chose to run it.
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