Mission Semi-Accomplished

Franke-Ruta, Garance
June 2004
American Prospect;Jun2004, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p13
Offers views on the performance of 527 groups, formed by the U.S. Democratic party, in raising funds for political advertising of the party. Information on the political advertisements of U.S. 2004 presidential election candidates, Senator John Kerry and President George W. Bush; List of Democratic 527 groups that focus on television advertising; Focus of the advertisements launched by 527.


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