Alterman, Eric
September 2004
Atlantic;Sep2004, Vol. 294 Issue 2, p73
This article focuses on the relationship between the U.S. motion picture industry and fund raising for election campaigns. The tendency of Democrats to seek out members of Hollywood for increased publicity and financial assistance is highlighted. A review of notable political activists and their corresponding campaigns in Hollywood is also given.


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