Democratic Violations

July 1974
Time;7/8/1974, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p25
The article focuses on U.S. Senate Watergate committee's probe on illegal contributions made to the 1972 campaigns of Democrats who run for president. It explores the draft report written by the Republican counsel, which discovered evident law violations in the 1972 presidential campaigns of Minnesota Senator Hubert Humphrey and Arkansas Representative Wilbur Mills. It mentions several illegal contributors including 3M Co. and Associated Milk Producers Inc., whose corporate funds were used to pay for computer services for the campaigns. It further discusses Mill's declaration that the draft report was distorted and leaked to smear him and Humphrey's statement that the report on his campaign was inaccurate.


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