by Terence Samuel
The early morning sun strikes the U.S. Capitol on the day before midterm elections in November 2006.
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May 26, 2010 In 2006, voters angry about Iraq and frustrated with President George W. Bush sent a new class of senators to Washington. In The Upper House, Terence Samuel profiles these legislators as they come to terms with the grunt work and gridlock of their new jobs.
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