Messages from "80-20 Initiative"

April 2004
Chinese American Forum;Apr2004, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p42
Summarizes e-mail messages from 80-20 initiatives for political effectiveness in the United States 2004 presidential elections. Republicans' fund raising for the initiative; Success of the Asian American community in establishing its own political clout; Request of the China station of Voice of America for a television interview with 80-20 initiative regarding Chinese American involvement in the 2004 presidential election.


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