Temple fund-raiser `a mistake,' says DNC

November 1996
Christian Century;11/6/96, Vol. 113 Issue 32, p1070
Reports that the Democratic National Committee has acknowledged the mistake of holding a fund-raiser at a California Buddhist temple in a statement released October 16, 1996. Failure to disclose expenses associated with the event; Attendance of the event by Vice-President Al Gore.


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