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Resource ID: #23415
Subject: Elections
Source: The Nation
Date: 2007-10-18



This article looks at the use of bundling and fundraising by people formerly tied to transnational interests and foreign dictators as a means to get the ear of a prospective U.S. president. This story revealed the influence of Alan Quasha, an international businessman and early key benefactor of George W. Bush, in Hillary Clinton's campaign.

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