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Campaign 2000 (Democratic National Convention: The Money "Trail) Part I" #193857

ABC Evening News for Monday, Aug 14, 2000
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(Los Angeles: Peter Jennings) Money and politics at the convention introduced.

(Los Angeles: Brian Ross) The Democrats, fund raising and the issue of access to President Clinton examined; scenes shown from Los Angeles of closed extravagant parties for the powerful and the politicians. [Common Cause President Scott HARSHBARGER - says it is money that counts.] [Actor Jason ALEXANDER - comments.] [Center for Public Integrity Chuck LEWIS - talks about special interests.] [At party, Time Warner chairman Gerald LEVIN - denies lobbying.] [Actor Brad PITT - comments on money and politics.]

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Jennings, Peter;
Ross, Brian

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