Jack and Jane

August 1956
New Republic;8/6/56, Vol. 135 Issue 6, p5
The article presents comments on the working of the U.S. senators. The article illustrates this with the help of two fictitious characters, "Jack" and "Jane." The Congressman is in Washington and works in Washington. He passes laws to help the people. He wants the people to be happy so that they will vote for him. Jack and Jane cannot vote and take a vacation as the Congressmen are on vacation too.


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