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Suzy Platt - 1989 - 520 pages
|[Applause] Representative SAM RAYBURN, maiden speech in the House, May 6, |
1913, Congressional Record, vol. 50, p. 1249. He was ... 269 Too many critics
mistake the deliberations of the Congress for its decisions. Speaker of the House
|And kid Congress and the Senate, dont scold em. They are just children thats |
never grown up. ... Rayburn, Sam Too many critics mistake the deliberations of
the Congress for its decisions. - Rayburn, Sam Burn down your cities and leave
|The point to remember, in the words of former House Speaker Sam Rayburn, is |
that "too many critics mistake the deliberations of Congress for its decisions."39
The legislative process is long, complex, and often divisive. Yet, the process ...
|Drawing on decades of research in the fields of behavioral science and economics, authors Richard H. Thaler and Cass R. Sunstein offer a new perspective on preventing the countless mistakes we make—ill-advised personal investments, ...|
2005 - 306 pages
|Looks at the theory that large groups have more collective intelligence than a smaller number of experts, drawing on a wide range of disciplines to offer insight into such topics as politics, business, and the environment.|
|Rayburn, Sam In my many years as a Representative in Congress it is my |
observation that the district that is best represented is the district that is ...
Rayburn, Sam Too many critics mistake the deliberations of the Congress for its
|The next day, Johnson sent Congress the grandiosely labeled Joint Resolution to |
Promote the Maintenance of International Peace and Security in Southeast Asia.
... part of a deliberate and systematic campaign of aggression that the Communist
regime of North Vietnam has been waging against its neighbors,” the resolution
affirmed that Congress “approves and supports the determination of the president
, ... We have lost far too many already. ... I believe that to be a historic mistake.
- 158 pages
|Pat McCarran's proposal for a statutory ban on TV coverage of hearings died, too, |
and, altho it's likely to be introduced in the next ... What's certain is that there'll be
no all-embracing court decision in time to affect the opening of next Congress. ...
But. Eliminate. Earlier. Mistakes. Rome. Round-Up. •Bv SYD STOGEL- (This
column appears once each month.) ... Air conditioning is still a rarity in Italy and
the result is that many of the big movie pal- ac s and all the legit and musical
U S Congress - 2006 - 1390 pages
|Adopt a "percentage plan" whereby all high-school students in a state who |
graduate in the top X percent of their classes are automatically guaranteed a ....
concluded: "And, if you make too many mistakes, the trustees can always fire you!
|Congress. EHRLICH changed their vote from "aye" to "no." Mr. SHERMAN |
changed his vote from "no" to "aye." So the ... In the performance of her duties,
she came across time and time again evidence of deliberate waste, fraud and
abuse in the ... with threats to destroy her financially, and by beginning a process
of false accusations and unsatisfactory reviews to ... about reprisals against them
because they were telling Congress about waste, fraud, abuse or mistakes made
in their ...