Leaders lament failure of campaigns reform

March 1998
Christian Century;03/18/98, Vol. 115 Issue 9, p280
Reports that leaders from religious denominations and agencies in the United States have expressed dismay at the failure of legislation to reform the way political campaigns are financed. Campaign finance as a moral matter; Ways of overhauling campaign finance; Need for reform.


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