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Abstract

The article begins with a brief introduction to McCain-Feingold which restricts "coordination" and intends to enforce limits on contributions to candidates and parties. It then goes through a history of coordination. It then goes through some aspects of McCain-Feingold and concludes by stating the aftermath of McCain-Feingold and how its rules are meant to provide order to politics.

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