Buying influence

Hirschman, Carolyn
February 2000
Telephony;02/14/2000, Vol. 238 Issue 7, p66
Trade Publication
Uncovers telecommunication companies' contributions to United States presidential candidates for the year 2000 election. Amount donated to Democratic front-runner Al Gore; Comments from Center for Responsive Politics researcher Holly Bailey regarding the contributions; Biggest soft money donor of the telecommunication group; Factors that make a telecommunication political action committee prefer a candidate. INSET: Briefly.


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