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Profiles of freshman class members of the 115th Congress
Letter from Dallas, 1963: Hate, Race and ‘What My City Did to My President’
Francie Tidey was a 24-year-old Wellesley graduate teaching in Dallas; she and her husband were supposed to watch the president’s speech later that day. Here’s what she saw.
By Francie Tidey
Editor’s Note: About the Redesigned National Journal Magazine
By Richard Just
Congressional Tax Returns Could Tell Us a Lot
By Molly Mirhashem
Can Democrats Recover From the Obamacare Catastrophe?
If Republicans don’t flub the coming fiscal debates like they did in the fall, voters will focus squarely on the health care rollout.
By Charlie Cook
Why College Students Make Better Decisions Than Intelligence Agents
Who would you trust with the lives of 600 people? Science says collegians make the more rational decisions. Really.
By Brian Resnick
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