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What is Wrong with Congress?
Aired 6/10/1994

Many American citizens have a negative view of congressmen and senators. But most congressmen and senators work hard and honestly. So, why are so many voters angry with them? Think Tank explores the some Americans’ poor perception of Congress.
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  Edward Crane
    president of the Cato Institute, co-editor of Market Liberalism: A Paradigm for the 21st Century
  Jonathan Rauch
    author of Demosclerosis: The Silent Killer of American Government
  Norman Ornstein
    resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute and author of ’The Broken Branch: How Congress is Failing America and How to Get it Back on Track’
  Thomas Mann
    director of Government Studies at the Brookings Institution, co-author of Renewing Congress

Originally Aired: 6/10/1994

   
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