How Donorgate Is Keeping The Democrats In DebtRichard S. Dunham
When President Clinton tapped two business-savvy pols to run the Democratic National Committee last winter, they developed an ambitious plan to save the scandal-scarred party from financial ruin. But instead of navigating an IBM-style turnaround, DNC General Chairman Roy Romer and National Chairman Steven Grossman seem more like the helmsmen at a listing Apple Computer.
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