How Soft Money Ploys May Trigger Real Campaign ReformAmy Borrus
Pledging to forgo soft money was seen as a suicidal move back in 1998, when Senator Russell D. Feingold (D-Wis.) made the vow in his ultimately successful reelection effort. But taking the pledge has suddenly become a hot ploy in Campaign 2000.
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