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The Money Watch (Democratic Convention) Part VII #168370

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 26, 1996
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(Chicago: Peter Jennings) The series that began at the Republican Convention about the big money people who follow the politicians introduced.

(Chicago: Brian Ross) The role of big money in the Democratic Party examined; scenes shown of the corporate executives and lobbyists in Chicago, including Fruit of the Loom chairman William Farley and Philip Morris operatives. [Common Cause Ann McBRIDE - says special interests buy influence.] [Philip Morris Darienne DENNIS - refuses comment.] [Kentucky Governor Paul PATTON - says money buys access.] Tobacco ocmpany people shown trying to keep the reporter at bay.

Jennings, Peter;
Ross, Brian

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