Many a Senator and Representative,
echoing the sentiments of Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson, have
come to believe that Capitol Hill is the real seat of authority in the
era of a benign President. This week the benign President reached down
Pennsylvania Avenue to needle the Capitol seat of authority.
"On March 24, I recommended to the Congress enactment of legislation to
provide the temporary continuation of unemployment compensation
benefits for workers who had exhausted their benefits under state and
federal laws," said the President. "I said at the time that prompt
action was necessary to give these workers and...
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