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Introduction
John Samples and David Keating provide a brief history of campaign finance reform.
Clark Neily on civil asset forfeiture abuse.
Andrew Grossman on Fisher v. University of Texas and the future of affirmative action.
Jim Harper on why we should not have a national ID as sought by the REAL ID Act.
Terence Kealey on why government should not fund science.

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