THE CONGRESS: We Have to Answer . . .

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In the final hours before Congress recessed last week, Georgia's Walter Franklin George rose up to speak his mind. He was angered beyond the usual limits of his Georgia courtesy. Congress was bulling through its last day of business, scrambling to go home. But the Senate listened to Georgia's George. Said he:

"Is a majority of the Senate, is a majority of the House, to be forced to do what it does not desire to do simply because the President has vetoed another measure? If so, we are traveling a long way from...

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