If there's one thing the Supreme Court has done over the past few years, it's make it easier for the wealthiest Americans to play a uniquely powerful role in politics by flooding the zone with cash. So you might think that every one of the wealthiest billionaires in the U.S. would rush to try and shape the country's politics in exactly the way they would want.
But among the very wealthiest billionaires in the country, not all of them them play an outsized role in American politics. For every David Koch or Michael Bloomberg, there are also equally wealthy or, in many cases, wealthier, billionaires who don't take as active (or at least as publicly active) role in American politics.
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