Foer, Franklin
September 2005
New Republic;9/5/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 10, p11
Discusses the scandal involving lobbyist Jack Abramoff. How Abramoff will have to tattle on others who helped in the scandal, especially collaborators at other lobbying firms; Federal investigation of Abramoff; Possibility that some politicians may be involved in the scandal.


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