Risky Business? Pac Decisionmaking in Congressional Elections

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Index
AAP. See American Association of Publishers
AAP-PAC, 141, 142, 164-69, 251
contributions by, 286-87
decisionmaking, 167, 168
and 1992 election, 167-68
organization and fundraising, 164-66
Abortion clinics, 128
Abortion rights, 117-18, 119-20, 126, 127-28
Accountability, 255
Ackerman, Gary, 146
ADA. See Americans for Democratic Action
AFL. See AFL-CIO; American Federation of Labor
AFL-CIO, 20
membership, 22
See also Committee on Political Education
AFT. See American Federation of Teachers
AIDS, 222
AIPAC. See American Israeli Public Affairs Committee
Air Traffic Controllers Union, 19
Alexander, Herbert, 72
Allen, George, 174
Altman, Richard, 203
American Association of Publishers (AAP), 141, 164, 251
See also AAP-PAC
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 20, 143
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 66
American Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), 202, 203-4
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 40
Amitay, Morris J., 202-12
Andrews, Mike, 119
Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee, 203
Archer, Bill, 241
Aspin, Les, 211
AT&T, 79-80, 89
AT&T PAC, 63-64, 79-90, 241, 248, 249
average donation to, 82
contributions, 87, 91 n. 19, 272-73
to House Democrats, 83
to House nonincumbents, 84, 87-89
number of, 85-87
pattern, 83-87
decentralization of, 86-87
decisionmaking, 82-83, 86
donors, 81
growth and development, 79-82
lobbying techniques, 86-87
and 1992 elections, 87-89
organization, 81
receipts, 80-81
solicitation method, 80-82
AuCoin, Les, 22-23, 28n, 7, 35
Baby Bells, 80, 86
Bailey, Michael, 137
Barrett, Catherine, 66
Bartlett, Steve, 191
Basile, Vic, 215, 218
Bayh, Birch, 119
Becket, Daniel, 137

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