Raising the Stakes

June 1999
Campaigns & Elections (1996);Jun99, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p12
Provides information on the campaign contributions from the gambling industry in the 1997-1998 United States election. Contributions of the industry to Republican Party candidates.


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