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Organizing the First Pilgrimage
Organizing the First Pilgrimage
Organizing the First Pilgrimage
Reverend Tanner explains the origins of the annual trip to Selma.
Reverend Doug Tanner, Founder and Chief Advisor, Faith & Politics Institute
"Our Job Was Not Brookyln"
"Our Job Was Not Brookyln"
"Our Job Was Not Brookyln"
Muriel Morisey discusses the difference between Capitol Hill staff and district staff.
Muriel Morisey, Senior Legislative Assistant, Representative Shirley Chisholm of New York
Out of Iraq
Out of Iraq
Out of Iraq
The Honorable Lynn C. Woolsey reflects on her colleagues' reluctance to vote against war in 2005.
The Honorable Lynn C. Woolsey, U.S. Representative of California
"Out of the Box"
"Out of the Box"
"Out of the Box"
The Honorable Constance A. Morella remembers working across party lines to find support for legislation.
The Honortable Constance A. Morella, U.S. Representative of Maryland
Overcoming Resistance
Overcoming Resistance
Overcoming Resistance
The Honorable Nancy Lee Johnson describes the way she maneuvered for a seat on the Ways and Means Committee.
The Honorable Nancy Lee Johnson, U.S. Representative of Connecticut
"Overly Aggressive"
"Overly Aggressive"
"Overly Aggressive"
The Honorable Donna F. Edwards recalls the ways in which gender and race can have an impact in politics.
The Honorable Donna F. Edwards, U.S. Representative of Maryland
Page Appointment Retracted
Page Appointment Retracted
Page Appointment Retracted
James Johnson recalls his confusion when his Page appointment fell through.
James Johnson, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Pages on the House Floor
Pages on the House Floor
Pages on the House Floor
Description of the responsibilities of Pages assigned to the House Floor during the 1940s and 1950s.
Joe Bartlett, Clerk to the Minority, U.S. House of Representatives
Path to Becoming a Page
Path to Becoming a Page
Path to Becoming a Page
Representative Kanjorski explains how and why he became a Page.
The Honorable Paul E. Kanjorski, U.S. Representative of Pennsylvania
Patriotism at the Capitol
Patriotism at the Capitol
Patriotism at the Capitol
Personal memories of patriotism at the Capitol after the attacks.
Dannie Diego, Legislative Assistant and Scheduler, Representative Carolyn B. Maloney of New York
Patronage in the House
Patronage in the House
Patronage in the House
Memories of New Jersey Representatives William Sutphin and James C. Auchincloss, and of the role patronage played in the Page program.
Myles Garrigan, Page, U.S. House of Representatives
Patronage in the U.S. House
Patronage in the U.S. House
Patronage in the U.S. House
Background on House patronage and appointments during the 1940s and 1950s.
Joe Bartlett, Clerk to the Minority, U.S. House of Representatives