Repenting in Leisure

April 1967
Time;4/21/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 16, p42
The article reports that the 89th Congress passed a Presidential Election Campaign Fund Act which could pour out around 30 million dollars into Democratic and Republican accounts in time for the 1968 elections in the U.S. It says that the Senate finished the debate by voting to abolish the act and pave the way to a more detailed review of the financing problems of modern campaigns. It further reveals that the fight to repeal the act was led by Tennessee Democrat Albert Gore.


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