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Lane, Charles
March 1999
New Republic;03/15/99, Vol. 220 Issue 11, p6
Focuses on views of lawyer Lamar Alexander on campaign financing and his suggestions for improvement. His effort to get Republican nomination for presidency; Discussion on his political rivals; His view on the criteria for selecting candidates for presidential election; His view that a no-limit-plus-full-disclosure approach is preferable to public financing for campaign funds; Possibility for fixing the individual donation limits sufficiently to reduce the amount of time candidates are required to spend courting donors.


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