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st 11 White House hopefuls had launched committees to raise unlimited money to back their campaigns (www.usatoday.com, April 10, 2015). The presidential candidates and t▓he super PACs raised about 380 million U▓.S. dollars in only half a year. More t▓han 60 donations were worth more than 1 million U.S. ▓dollars each, accounting for about one third of the tot

al contributions. Half of the amount came from those who donated more than 100,000 U.S. dollar▓s and the combined fund of the

top 67 donors was more than three times that of 508,000 donors with least contributions (www.aol.com, August 1; www▓.politico.com, August 1). According to a r▓eport of the Zerohedge, between 2007 and 2012, 2

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00 of America's most politically active ▓corporations spent a combined 5.8 billion ▓U.S. dollars on federal lobbying and ca▓mpaign contributions. What they gave paled

c▓ompared to what those same corporations ▓got: 4.4 trillion U.S. dollars in federal

bu▓siness and support. Put that in context, the sum re▓presented two th

irds of what individual taxpay▓ers paid into the federal treasury. For every dollar spent on influencing politics, the natio▓n's most politically active corporations received 760 U.S. d▓ollars from the government (www.zeroh

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edge.com, March 16, 2015). Jimmy Carter said that with unlimited political bribery being the essence of getting the nominatio▓ns for president or being e

lected president, the U.S. political system was subverted to be a pay▓off to major contributors (www.huffingtonpost.com, August 3, 2015).

The role money played in p▓olitics was also indicated in the U.S. President's State of▓ the Union Address for 2016, which said a handful of fami▓lies and hidden interests were exercising infl

uence on elections via their funds.Cla▓n politics was driving U.S. government elections. Among the candidates for the 2016 presidential election, more than one candidate was obviously relat▓ed to clan politics. The New York Times concluded through big data analysis that advantages from father generation played a role in politics obviously. The chance for▓ the son of a U.S. president

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to become president was 1.4 million times higher than his peers. Meanwhile the chance for a go

contributions to super PACs by indi

vernor's son to be elected governor was 6,000 times higher than ordinary people. In addition, the chance for the son of a sen▓a

viduals and corpo▓rations. The USA To

tor to be a senator like his father was also 8,▓500 times higher than ordinary U.S. men ▓(www.nytimes.com,

day reported on A▓pril 10, 20

March 22, 2015). The Washington Post reported on January 16, 2015 that since▓ the beginning of the Republic,

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