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An analysis of the impact of inequalities in wealth in British politics, looking at party funding, lobbying and the media.
1. Political equality, wealth and democracy; 2. Freedom to speak and freedom to spend; 3. Strategies and reforms; 4. Access, influence and lobbying; 5. Beyond equal votes: election campaigns and political parties; 6. Public spaces, property and participation; 7. The mass media: democratic dreams and private propagandists; 8. Participation in the digital era: a new distribution?; 9. Conclusion.
Jacob Rowbottom is a Lecturer in Law at the University of Cambridge, and a Fellow of King's College, Cambridge.