The C.I.O.'s Political Action Committee was having trouble. Before a
House investigating committee, P.A.C. Chairman Jack Kroll ruefully
admitted that his drive to get $1 each from C.I.O.'s 6.000,000 members
had netted only $170.000.
This week P.A.C. got a kiss of death.
Moscow Radio, speaking in English, urged U.S. voters to cast their
ballots for P.A.C.-backed candidates.
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