Last year the Democratic Party disavowed a brochure that promised contributors of $100,000 perks such as a couple of meals with President Clinton and Vice President Gore as well as "impromptu meetings" with other Administration bigwigs. Reacting to the public's outrage, party officials pledged to stop such explicit quid pro quos. At the time, party co-chair Don Fowler said, "The President is concerned about certain appearances of marketing the presidency." But some contributors say Marvin Rosen, the Democratic Party's finance chairman, has privately resumed the practice. Donors tell TIME that Rosen, a Miami lawyer, recited a laundry list of benefits to...

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