Financing the 1992 Election
During the 1992 election cycle, campaign-related spending at all levels--federal, state, and local--exceeded $3.2 billion, topping all previous records. In this examination of campaign finance--the ninth in an acclaimed series--Alexander and Corrado go beyond the totals to document where the money came from and the roles it played in the campaigns of the major presidential contenders and in congressional campaigns.
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