Muslim Agenda: After Bloc Vote, What Next?: Campaign Finance Reform

Syed, Rehana
May 2001
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;May/Jun2001, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p99
Focuses on the American Muslim Alliance's position with regard to campaign finance reform in the United States. Reasons of the alliance for supporting campaign finance reform; Key provisions of the reform bill introduced by Senators John McCain, Russ Feingold and Thad Cochran.


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