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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
Tough Turf Ahead for Senate Armed Services
To help the military prepare for the future, the committee will have to navigate some rocky terrain. On a budget. Without a map.
By Stacy Kaper
Detroit’s New Mayor Has the Best Job in Politics
If Mike Duggan gets the snow plowed, buses to run, and lights to stay on, he might just be mayor for life.
By Tim Alberta
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