The Voting Wrongs Amendment

September 1978
National Review;9/15/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p1128
The article reports on comments made on arguments raised in the U. S. Senate related to the District of Columbia's voting amendment. Supporters of the amendment stated that Washington, D. C. had been devoid of local self-government. In light of this, fundamental conflict of interest between Washington, D. C. and the other fifty states is seen to emerge.


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