Dinner for six (figures)

Birnbaum, Jeffrey H.; Faltermayer, Charlotte
December 1996
Time;12/2/1996, Vol. 148 Issue 25, p24
Discusses claims allegedly made by Marvin Rosen, finance chairman of the Democratic Party, about the sale of presidential access to big money donors. The level of access Rosen is said to have offered for varying sums of money; A brochure offering similar benefits that caused controversy in 1995.


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