Party Finance and Political Corruption

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Index
Adenauer, Konrad107
Agrarian Party of Russia143
Andropov, Yurii125
Alexander, Herbert1, 58
Amigo affair 9, 112, 205
Aquino, Corazon173, 187
Asian values 163-5
Audit Chamber 146
Baldwin, Stanley21
Ballot Act ( 1872) 16
Barschel affair 90, 205
Barzel, Raine102
Berlusconi, Silvio5, 79, 82, 200, 204
Berezovskii, Boris130, 133, 141, 144, 147
Beyme, Karl von3, 4
Blair, Tony208
Boiko, Maksim133
Boldyrev, Yurii151
Bowman, Phyllis31
Brauchitsch, Eberhard von102
Brezhnev, Leonid124, 125
Buckley v. Valeo ( 1976) 31, 41, 45, 49
Bush, George56, 57
Caltagirone scandal 71
Cazzaniga, Vincenzo71
Central Election Commission (CEC)148, 153, 203
Centre Party (Zentrum)105
Chernenko, Konstantin125
Chernomyrdin, Victor133, 142, 144, 145, 150
Chiatante, Ennio71
Chiesa, Mario62
Christian Democrat Party (DC)61, 64, 69, 75
Christian Democratic Union (CDU)90, 98, 101-5, 107, 108
Chubais, Anatoli129, 130, 132, 139
Chung, Johnny54
Clinton, Bill7, 54, 55, 58
Colorado Republican Federal Campaign Committee v. FEC ( 1996) 43
Committee on Financial Aid to Political Parties (Houghton Committee)28
Committee on Standards in Public Life (Neill Committee)11,15, 27, 30-4, 207
Committee to Re-elect the President (CRP)40
Common Cause 45, 49, 54
Communist Party (PCI)61, 63, 64, 75, 76
Communist Party of the Russian Federation (CPRF)134, 135, 136, 141, 142, 143
Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU)126, 127, 134, 136, 157
Companies Act ( 1985) 25
Corrupt and Illegal Practices (Prevention) Act ( 1883) 16, 27, 32
Court of Accounts 78, 79, 85
'Cranborne' Money 28
Cranston, Alan53
Daley, Richard139
Davidson, J.C.C.20
Democratic Choice of Russia (DVR) 142, 143
Democratic Party of the Left (PDS)62

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Party Finance and Political Corruption
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Party Finance and Political Corruption *
  • Contents v
  • Preface and Acknowledgements vii
  • Notes on the Contributors ix
  • 1: Aspects of Party Finance and Political Corruption 1
  • 2: Party Finance and Corruption 15
  • 3: Parties, Corruption and Campaign Finance in America 37
  • 4: Party Finance and Corruption 61
  • 5: Court and Parties 89
  • 6: Russia 123
  • 7: Political Corruption in Southeast Asia 163
  • 8: Conclusion 199
  • Index 211
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