Lewis, Charles
September 2000
Columbia Journalism Review;Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p20
Provides information on the participation of the media industry during election campaigns in the United States. How corporate spending blocked political advertisement reform; Details on the lobbying efforts of the industry; Campaign contributions of several media companies to the candidates; Legislative concerns of the industry. INSETS: THE BUSH/ GORE SCORECARD;SOURCES AND METHODOLOGY.


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