Honest graft: big money and the American political process

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Knopf, Sep 12, 1988 - Political Science - 337 pages
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A "Wall Street Journal" reporter draws on Democratic and Republican party papers to explain the role of special-interest monies in Congressional campaigns, the resulting corruption and financial dependencies, and the impact on American politics

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Wall Street Journal reporter Jackson paints an ugly picture of this new form of political patronage: special tax breaks and deregulation to help businesses in exchange for funds and support. In ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
3
Why Money Is Important
7
An Iron Triangle
29
Copyright

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