Schneider, William
October 2003
National Journal;10/25/2003, Vol. 35 Issue 43, p3302
Deals with the role of the Internet in campaign fund raising efforts of several U.S. presidential candidates for the 2004 election. Comparison of the fund raising strategies of Democratic candidate Howard Dean and President George W. Bush; Impact of the Internet on campaign financing.


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