Campaign finance fire not burned out yet

Sperling, Godfrey
June 2001
Christian Science Monitor;6/26/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 148, p9
Offers opinions on campaign finance reform in the United States, including views on the corruptive nature of political contributions, and views on the lack of public interest in reforms.


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