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Friday, March 9, 2012
Citizens United and the Scope of Professor Teachout’s Anti-Corruption Principle
Seth Barrett Tillman, now of the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Faculty of Law, has published this opening statement in a four-part exchange with Professor Zephyr Teachout. Tillman responds to Teachout's Anti-Corruption Principle, a 2009 Cornell Law Review article, which was relied upon Justice Stevens in his Citizens United dissent and cited by Justice Scalia in his concurrence.