CORRUPTION: Sales Technique

When a wealthy man contributes heavily to his party's presidential campaign fund and thereafter, upon his candidate's election to the White House, is rewarded with an Ambassadorship, nobody seriously accuses him of having bribed the President of the U. S. to obtain a good fat job. But because he shuffled this standardized political procedure into an illegitimate pattern an ex-Congressman of Indiana last week stood convicted in Federal court of bribery and job-selling. His conviction loomed as a general warning to all other Congressmen to play...

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