Libertarian stance on Citizens United ruling
It’s has been 13 years since the Supreme Court voted in favor of Citizens United. The traditional Libertarian viewpoint was in favor of this ruling.
As we have seen it play out, I’m curious if anyone has changed their perspective.
What’s the benefit of allowing wealthy super pacs control politicians? What’s the downside of going back to the way things were before?
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