T.R.B. from Washington

July 1968
New Republic;7/6/68, Vol. 159 Issue 1, p6
Focuses on political conditions and systems of the U.S. Inability of the nation to realize the significance of the role of polls and television as crucial political instruments; Criticism of the Corrupt Practices Act for its loopholes; Possibility of reforms in the Corrupt Practices Act; Popularity of presidential candidate Richard Nixon; Reasons for the fall in the popularity of Senator George Romney; Information on the bill passed by the Senate and the House, permitting tax-deductible advertisements in party convention programs.


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