De-Corrupt, De-Complexify Money in Politics

Forbes, Steve
September 2004
Forbes Global;9/20/2004, Vol. 7 Issue 15, p13
Focuses on the financial aspects of the 2004 presidential elections in the U.S. Information on the McCain-Feingold campaign finance bill passed in 2002; Importance of finance for political campaigns.


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