Schneider, William
March 2001
National Journal;3/31/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 13, p990
Focuses on the dispute between United States President George W. Bush and Senator John McCain over the issue of campaign finance reform. Comparison of the popularity ratings of Bush and McCain; Apprehension of several Senators about the campaign finance reform; Edge of Republicans over the Democrats in raising campaign finance.


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