Disgust with Congress Through the Years

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The approval ratings of Congress are at historic lows, according to the modern measurements of public opinion polling. But what about the days of spitting, punching and even dueling with pistols on the floors of the House and the Senate?

Jonathan Zimmerman is a professor of History and Education at New York University. He's also the author of Small Wonder: The Little Red Schoolhouse in History and Memory.




Warren Olney