Criticizing the electoral system is practically an American pastime. Are there any viable alternatives? Money, Politics, and Law is a study of electoral expenditure controls in Canada. Making frequent comparisons with the United States and Britain, it examines the background of electoral expenditure, the legislative control asserted on political parties, and the struggle arising from the potentially conflicting goals of equality enforced by fiscal control and the constitutional protection of liberty. This work will interest those involved with law and politics, as well as electoral law and civil liberties.Ewing, Kenneth D. is the author of 'Money, Politics, and Law A Study of Electoral Campaign Finance Reform in Canada' with ISBN 9780198257387 and ISBN 0198257384.