THE CORPORATE DOLE

SO WHAT'S WRONG WITH HANDING OUT FAVORS? BOB DOLE, MASTER OF THE GAME, SAYS NOW THE GAME SHOULD END

Bob Dole promises to eliminate "corporate welfare," but like many of his former Senate colleagues, he often advanced the causes of private interests. These patrons have contributed to what might be called Dole Inc.: his network of campaigns, foundations and a pac. In return he has rewarded donors with favors. Among the best-known recipients: Dwayne Andreas of Archer Daniels Midland; and Koch Industries, a Kansas-based oil-and-gas firm. A look at some of these interests that have benefited from his attention:

THE WINEMAKERS ERNEST AND JULIO GALLO

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