Clean cash

September 2007
Hill;9/26/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 111, p46
The article focuses on the funds that political candidates in the U.S. use in their campaigns. It is stated that quantity matters most than quality but not to the exclusion of everything else. It discussed the issue where Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton had returned an $850,000 given by an unknown mega-fundraiser for her campaign. Senators Barack Obama and Joseph Biden revealed to have taken money from Norman Hsu who was wanted on fraud charges and is now being processed by the justice system.


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