Collision course

Fineman, Howard
March 1997
Newsweek;3/3/1997, Vol. 129 Issue 9, p50
Reports that United States Senator Fred Thompson and Vice President Al Gore are likely to do battle over the Senate's investigation of Democratic Party fundraising activities. Gore concerned about his standing going into the 2000 presidential elections; Gore's involvement in questionable fundraising; Thompson's desire for campaign finance reform.


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