Campaign reform's unhappy campers

Barnes, James A.
July 1996
National Journal;7/29/96, Vol. 28 Issue 30, p1958
Reports on the conflicts between United States President Bill Clinton and House Speaker Newt Gingrich concerning the campaign finance reform. Discussions on the structure of a campaign finance reform commission.


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