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Resource ID: #15182
Subject: Federal Government
Source: Avon Books
Date: 1998-09-08



The Buying of Congress documents the ways in which special interests have bent Congress to their will to advance their legislative agendas- agendas that conflict directly with the broader interests of the American people. It makes the case that individual members of Congress and the institution generally are willing accomplices in a system that is responsive only to those with the financial wherewithal to make their voices heard on Capitol Hill.

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