Born in Massachusetts to a family of merchants and seamen, Clapp traveled to Paris to translate the socialist writing
In this column, Umos. shares his views on Congress after the first session he has observed this season. Umos. discusses the fate of being a Congressman, the new seating arrangement in Congress and its cost, as well as the sleeping and sitting arrangements of the legislators in light of the new benches. Umos. also discusses one of the speeches on the floor and the gallery's reactions to the speaker. Finally, Umos. criticizes representative government for falling short of being truly representative of the people.
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