The women's shill caucus

Silverstein, Ken
April 1997
Multinational Monitor;Apr97, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p25
Reveals that women senators have been just as ruthless on human rights issues, as seen in the cases of China and Nigeria. How Dianne Feinstein considered a longtime shill for Beijing; Feinstein's romance with China; Story on how Nigeria plunged into a human rights abyss in 1993; Views of Senator Carol Moseley-Braun on Nigeria's plans to hold elections.


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