End Legalized Bribery: An Ex-congressman's Proposal to Clean Up Congress

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Seven Locks Press, 1998 - Political Science - 135 pages
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This is an insightful dialog by legislators, lawyers, psychologists, and professors that justifies the moratorium on the death penalty in North Carolina. This book looks at the demographics of death penalty inmates and the differences in race and class, as well as examines the appalling lack of adequate counsel for these victims. It provides powerful evidence that the death penalty does not deter crime and creates an institutionalized disregard for the sanctity of life.

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Contents

Big Money Bad Politics
1
Clean Money Campaign Reform
13
My Life Why I Care
24
Democrats How and
32
Campaign Contributions
41
Campaign Contributions
54
Defense Policy for Sale
71
The Selling
86
The Only Thing Green
101
The Auto Industry
112
My Call for Reform
126
A Call to Arms
134
Copyright

About the author (1998)

Heftel was elected to Congress from 1976-1986 and was a member of the House Ways and Means Committee

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