`The First Amendment is not a stop sign against reform.'

Schiff, Bob
December 1997
Progressive;Dec97, Vol. 61 Issue 12, p23
Contends on the need for a campaign-finance reform. Significance of campaign-finance reform; Opponents of the campaign-finance reform; Several criticism on the Clinton government.


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