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Volume 38, Number 2
Mar 1999 to Apr 1999

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Don't Give Up On Political Action

Charles W. Jones, International President Emeritus

We must participate in the process if we want to see our government work for us, not against us

Events in Washington over the past six months have discouraged many Americans. Voters sent a clear message to Washington in November, but it was ignored. The Republican majority in the House chose to spend months belaboring their case for the president's removal, despite clear signals that the Senate would not convict. Their colleagues in the Senate could have ended the matter quickly, but they chose instead to drag it out for weeks, only to end up where they began.

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