If Buckley Fell
Edited by E. Joshua Rosenkranz
(Century Foundation Press; 221 pages; $11.95)

Billed as “A First Amendment Blueprint for Regulating Money in Politics,” If Buckley Fell is a joint venture of NYU’s Brennan Center for Justice and the Century Foundation, formerly known as the Twentieth Century Fund. Five legal scholars, including Ronald Dworkin and Burt Neuborne, ruminate on how the First Amendment landscape would be contoured if the Supreme Court were bold enough to junk Buckley v. Valeo, a case that has been called a “sort of 20th century stepchild to Dred Scott.”

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