Janet Reno unbowed amid fund-raising storm

Richey, Warren
April 1997
Christian Science Monitor;4/16/97, Vol. 89 Issue 98, p1
Reports that United States Attorney General Janet Reno has remained aloof from the White House, amid one of the most scandalous political practices in recent history. How Reno is routinely described; Why Reno's reputation is in jeopardy by refusing to appoint a special counsel to investigate the alleged campaign fund-raising abuses by the Democratic Party; How Republicans view Reno's non-involement in the scandal.


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