January 1975
National Review;1/31/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p81
Reports on political developments in the U.S. Announcement presidential bid by former Oklahoma Senator Fred Harris; Information on campaign fund accumulated by Senator Henry Jackson for his presidential bid prior to the enactment of a campaign finance law that placed a cap on contributions; Description of contributions of organized labor to congressional candidates.


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