The Congress: Amenity

Far from feeling grieved, frazzled, petulant, as the session nears its close, Senators give every evidence of being in the best of tempers. It has been an easy session. The Republican majority has had its own way, cheerfully assisted by Democrats who were glad to supply superfluous votes on nearly every occasion. Now there is little to be done. In fact, most Senators find themselves with nothing to make speeches about. Wherefore, it is proposed that a measure of limitation of debate be enacted for the closing...

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