Harder to Conceal

Polk, James R.
April 1972
New Republic;4/22/72, Vol. 166 Issue 17, p16
Reports on the new campaign reform law of the U.S. Congress. Information on the disclosure law that requires public reports designed to catch all contributions of more than $100 and to identify donors not only by full name and address, but by job title and company; Political comfort provided by major corporations, to senators and congressmen by using voluntary executive funds set up within a firm to collect contributions from company officials and relay them to candidates; Details of the Federal Election Campaign Act.


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