THE CONGRESS: The Seventieth

When the flags fly; as they did Monday for the first time since March, over the two boxlike wings of the high domed Capitol, the people of the U. S. are given to understand their will is being done. Do congressmen understand it that way? They swear they do. But such is the dignity of congressional membership, especially in the Senate, that the popu- lar "you may" is almost inevitably superseded by the congressional "we do."

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