Big Business Is Funding Democrats

Moore, Stephen
November 2000
Human Events;11/10/2000, Vol. 56 Issue 41, p1
Reports on the financial support of business groups in the United States for the Democratic Party. Several Democratic candidates supported by business groups; Reason behind the business groups' support for the party; Reaction of several Republicans to the support of business groups for the Democrats.


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