THE CONGRESS: No Apologies to Be Made

The members of Congress had scarcely unpacked their bags after returning from summer recess when President Nixon's challenge hit them. Fresh from talking to their constituents, they were well aware that the American public is impatient to get on with the country's business, but they deeply resented the President's attempt to blame them for a "very disappointing" showing. In fact, the record of the 93rd Congress is far from dismal—though unsatisfactory to the President—and the first sounds of the new session were sounds of irritation at the President's tactics.

Senate Majority Leader...

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