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Szulc, Tad
August 1973
New Republic;8/11/73, Vol. 169 Issue 6, p15
Traces the source and amount of contributions given to the political campaign of U.S. President Richard Nixon. Determination of the names of the contributions; Speculation on the motives behind the contributions; Prevalence of the practice of hiding the identity of real donors.


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