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The Story of Citizens United v. FEC (2011)
An animated feature with a clear, simple explanation of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.
Why the Media Isn’t Covering Citizens United
Journalist Thom Hartmann discusses why the mainstream media do not talk about Citizens United.
Elizabeth Warren on Citizens United
Elizabeth Warren’s excellent speech on the floor of the U.S. Senate against the Citizens United decision.
McCain on Citizens United
Senator John McCain’s scathing critique of the Citizens United ruling.
Democrats and Republicans Both Furious about Money in Politics
The four hosts of the Young Turks program discuss the American people’s opposition to Citizens United.
Former Justice Souter on Citizens United and Freedom of Speech
Retired Supreme Court Justice David Souter discusses Citizens United and explains why he would have voted against it.
The Prosecution of Judge Waite, adapted from a play by James Allison
Docudrama about the 1886 US Supreme Court Case of Santa Clara County California vs. Southern Pacific Railroad Company that brought us the first mention of “Corporate Personhood.”
Dialing for Dollars
According to Republican Congressman David Jolly, “your first responsibility as a U.S. sitting member of Congress is to raise $18,000. per day.” CBS News reporter Norah O’Donnell interviews Jolly to learn about his efforts “to ban federal-elected officials from dialing for dollars.” 
United States of ALEC
Moyers & Company presents this video report on ALEC, the American Legislative Exchange Council, portrayed here to be the most influential corporate-funded political force in the country.