Bogus Reform: Campaign Funding

Pincus, Walter
December 1971
New Republic;12/11/71, Vol. 165 Issue 24, p17
Focuses on issues related to the reform of campaign funding in the U.S. Problems with campaign reform legislation; Opinion of the U.S. Congress Senate on the issue; Overview of electoral expenses in the U.S. Presidential elections; Information on the campaign of U.S. President Richard Nixon; Key areas of concern in a bill on campaign reforms; Critical appraisal of reform efforts.


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