April 1976
New Republic;4/3/76, Vol. 174 Issue 14, p3
The author reflects on the implications of the Watergate case on the Federal Election Commission created by the U.S. Congress. The Commission's loss of authority to stop corruption in American politics is emphasized. Factors that the author believes hinder the recreation of the commission into an effective agency are explored. The efforts of the staff in achieving the sort of agency the Congress promised are detailed.


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