Why is there So Little Money in U.S. Politics?

Thirty years ago, Gordon Tullock posed a provocative puzzle: considering the value of public policies at stake and the reputed influence of campaign contributions in policy-making, why is there so little money in U.S. politics? In this paper, the authors argue that campaign contributions are not a form of policy-buying, but are rather a form of political participation and consumption.

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