Campaign Reform

L. Acomb, Deborah
March 2001
National Journal;3/31/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 13, p978
Focuses on the results of a Gallup poll on the proposed campaign finance bill of Senator John McCain in 2001. Percentage of respondents that favor the bill; Preferred approach to campaign finance reform.


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