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One method that was used to reform presidential campaign financing in the United States was to A. use public dollars to provide funding for candidates. B. allow unlimited contributions from
nonprofit groups. C. encourage donations from foreign individuals. D. deny candidates funding from political parties.
One method that was used to reform presidential campaign financing in the United States was to deny candidates funding from political parties.
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