The Reform Debate - and Some Additional Sources

September 1999
Columbia Journalism Review;Sep/Oct99, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p44
Focuses on the campaign finance debate by United States legislators. Controversies over the campaign reform bills passed by legislators; Details on the outlawed corporate campaign contributions in 1907; Resources for covering the reform debate.


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