Appearance of corruption

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The Appearance of Corruption is a principle of law[1][2] mentioned in or relevant to several SCOTUS decisions related to campaign finance in the United States.

For example:

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  1. ^ Brennan Center for Justice (May 21, 2010). "Appearance of Corruption". New York University School of Law.
  2. ^ Burke, Thomas F. (1996). "The Concept of Corruption In Campaign Finance Law". Weseley University.