August 1982
New Republic;8/2/82, Vol. 187 Issue 5, p8
Reports on the indictment of Secretary of Labor, Raymond J. Donovan, on bribery and other charges against him. Information on the report by special prosecutor Leon Silverman which said that there was insufficient credible evidence to warrant prosecuting Donovan on any single charge; Evidences against Donovan; Discussion of election law charges against Donovan during his term as U.S. President Ronald Reagan's chief New Jersey fund raiser.


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