by Martin Halpern
Seventy-five years ago this week, there was a serious conflict between President Franklin Roosevelt and Congress.
SOURCE: Mother Jones
A new book explores congressional violence in the decades leading up to the Civil War
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After Nancy Pelosi was elected House speaker Thursday, she was given a wooden mallet with a colorful history of being shattered.
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