April 1985
National Review;4/19/1985, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p12
Discusses issues related to U.S. politics and government as of April 1985. Long-term systematic problems on Secretary of Labor Bill Brock; Supreme Court's ruling that the $1,000 campaign spending limit cannot be constitutionally applied to political action committees.


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