Estrich, Susan; Sullivan, Kathleen M.
November 1997
New Republic;11/03/97, Vol. 217 Issue 18, p18
Discusses the accusations against U.S. Vice President Al Gore concerning fund-raising telephone calls allegedly made from the White House in 1997. Claims related to the violation of the section 607 of the Pendleton Act; Background of the development of the Act in 1882; Issues on the clarity of the criminal scope of the legislation; Details of related cases filed against former federal employees.


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