The Magic Chair Stood Vacant
A fairy tale about Congress
Once upon a contemporary time, an assortment of 188 men and 33 women who called themselves a political party notionally controlled a powerful legislative body.
But they couldn’t choose someone to sit in the Chair.
These many men and embarrassingly few women had a few things in common: They all, for example, opposed the Other party. They all d…
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