Finger-Pointing Over an Anti-Gore Leak

March 2000
Newsweek;3/20/2000, Vol. 135 Issue 12, p29
Reports on a news article published in the 'Los Angeles Times' which had information on the 1998 Justice Department report that recommended an investigation into possible campaign-finance abuses by Vice President Al Gore and others during the 1996 presidential campaign. Timing of the report; Speculation as to who leaked the report to the newspaper.


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