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Whither that wall

Trump may be able to build it, Harvard analysts say, but then the ripples will widen

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"Eighty percent of the public says there’s too much money in politics and it should be limited. And Congress, proceeding to get bipartisan effort, has actually repeatedly passed campaign-finance limitation. And it’s the Supreme Court that is striking it down," said Bemis Professor of International Law Noah Feldman. "This is a classic case of judicial activism, and it’s justified on free-speech grounds."

The politics of money

In Q&A, law professor says court ruling against campaign-finance limits is one more cut in a slow death

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