SMALL BUSINESS PLAYS ITS CARDS

WORSHAM,J
1996-06-00

1996 Article from the US chamber of Commerce by James Worsham. Explains the importance of Congressional elections to small businesses. Analyzes the relationship between small businesses and the Democratic and Republican parties. Identifies small business, big business, and organized labor as major players in politics. Mentions effects of Clinton's Health Care Reform Bill.

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Subjects
BROOK,M
CLINTON
CREMEANS, FRANK
JOHN,HA
KEZA, MICHAEL
LESHER, EDMOND T
LESHER, RICHARD L
LEVN,L
LOOMIS, BURDETT
MANN, THOMAS
MASON, DAVID (VICE PRESIDENT OF THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION)
NITTERHOUSE, WILLIAM K
SABATO, LARRY
SCIAMANNA, DAVID G
SMITH, SUSAN O
SOUDER, MARK
SWEENEY, JOHN J (PRESIDENT AFL-CIO)
WATTS,JC
PM
AFL CIO
BROOKINGS INSTITUTION
CAPITOL HILL
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
CONGRESS
DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL CAMPAIGN COMM
ENID GREENE OF UT
GREATER CHAMBERSBURG CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HERITAGE FOUNDATION
HOUSE
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL COMM
SENATE
UNIVERSITY OF KS
UNIVERSITY OF VA
WHITE HOUSE
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