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Congressional Digest is an independent American publication reporting on controversies before the US Congress.
Congressional Digest began in 1921 as The Capitol Eye. Its name changed to The Congressional Digest in 1922. The first copyright-renewed issue is March 1936 (v. 15 no. 3). The first copyright-renewed contribution is from April 1943. (More details) It is still published today.
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