Still the Best Congress Money Can Buy

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ISBN: 0-89526-527-3

If Abe Lincoln were re-born in the district of a powerful committee chairman today, he wouldn’t stand a chance of election, not because of merit, but sheerly because of money.

Special interest groups favor incumbents over challengers so lopsidedly, that a challenger has only a one-in-fifty chance of defeating a sitting representative.

Do you want to know which special interest groups have invested in your congressman or senator? Philip Stern tells you in this meticulously researched book that gives the most up-to-date figures on how much your representative depended on money from special interest PACs and honoraria.

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