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DateDateApril 2, 2014
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QuoteTextUltimately, this decision is a significant victory for the First Amendment. Perhaps more important than the immediate result is the insistence that the government must have an actual, rather than conjectural, theory of corruption to be prevented. The “monsters under the bed” theory of constitutional jurisprudence seems headed for the dustbin.
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Free Speech at Last: McCutcheon Decision Just Right by Bradley A. Smith (National Review, April 2, 2014) (view)

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