The Rebel's Revenge

Dickerson, John; Novak, Viveca
July 2000
Time;7/10/2000, Vol. 156 Issue 2, p37
Discusses John McCain's (R-Ariz) efforts to change campaign-finance laws in the United States. When tax-exempt special-interest groups first began to proliferate; The large part that McCain played in changing the law; The influence McCain will have in November 2000 presidential elections.


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