This Lobbying Campaign Won't Win Any OscarsMark Lewyn
In the spring of 1989, Andrew C. Barrett's name started to float around Washington as a candidate for the Federal Communications Commission. Barrett, then an obscure GOP member of the Illinois Commerce Commission, hadn't even been contacted by Bush Administration recruiters when he received literature from the movie industry about a topic dear to its heart: TV syndication rights.
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