Getting and spending

Steinfels, Margaret O'Brie
November 1997
Commonweal;11/07/97, Vol. 124 Issue 19, p5
Editorials. Explores the campaign finance issues during the 1996 United States election. Interpretation of the Federal Election Campaign Act by the Supreme Court; Amount of money raised and spent in the election by the Democratic party; McCain-Feingold bill on free air time for politicians and limits on campaign spending.


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