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BANKROLLING BALLOTS: The Role of Business in Financing State Ballot Question Campaigns (CEP / Council on Economic Priorities Report)

LYDENBERG, Steven D.

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New York: Council on Economic Priorities, (1979). First Edition. 8vo. Saddle-stapled wraps. Very good. Light toning, handling wear to wraps. Internally fine; clean and bright throughout. 90pp. (Item ID: 20726)

Report from this New York think tank who focused on "the practices of U.S. corporations in areas that vitally affect society." Discusses corporations' role in 1978 ballot issue campaigns throughout the U.S. Issues included anti-nuclear, anti-smoking, health care costs, property tax reform, food and medicine taxes, etc.



By This Author: LYDENBERG, Steven D.
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