PACS Favor Republicans

Carlson, Caron
November 1999
Wireless Week;11/15/99, Vol. 5 Issue 46, p18
Trade Publication
Contends that political action committees (PAC) of communications and electronics companies in the United States gave more support to the Republican Party. Contribution of CTIA PAC to federal candidates in the 1990-2000 election; Politicians who are CTIA PAC recipients.


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