In this column, Justia columnist and U.C. Davis law professor Vikram Amar looks closely at a recent discussion of Citizens United provided by Jeffrey Toobin in The New Yorker. In the end, he concludes that while the story Toobin tells is elegant, fascinating and enlightening (as almost all of Toobin’s writing is), the analysis he offers does not fully work for Amar, or at least it requires a fair bit more explanation than Toobin offers.
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