The other scandal

August 1998
Christian Science Monitor;8/24/98, Vol. 90 Issue 189, p20
Editorial. Examines the possibility of the appointment of an independent counsel to investigate misuse of party money during the 1996 presidential election. Why the need for a counsel has grown; Role of United States Vice President Al Gore; Why Attorney General Janet Reno has not appointed a counsel; Soft money and the Republicans; Influence-buying and political money; Mandate for the independent counsel.


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