Not Reading Bills

Discussing the New Deal, C. Gregg Singer writes of the Congress:

It is also true that in 1933 many members of Congress, by their own later confessions, voted for bills which they had not read and of which they had but a faint apprehension.

The dysfunction of our system is not new.

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