Which Candidates are Best for Business?

October 2000
Business Journal (Central New York);10/20/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 42, p38
Evaluates several political candidates in the United States for their potential contributions to the business community if they get elected in public office. George W. Bush; Ralph Nader; Al Gore; Hillary Clinton.


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