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English 6.

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Debate for March 29, 1898.Question: "Resolved, That the power of the Speaker of the House of Representatives should be curtailed."

Affirmative.C. E. Case, F. T. Case.

References: Bryce, Am. Commonwealth I, 134-138; Smith Const. Manual and Digest, 52 Cong. 1 sess. '92; Lalor; Cyclopaedia III, 91; Hart, Practical Essays I, 1-19; No. Am. R. 150: 390-400; Nation 63; 198; ibid 61: 402.

Negative.G. C. Beals, G. Newhall.

References: Follett, Speaker of the House; No. Am. R. 150, 382; Forum 20, 410; Atlantic 67, 386.

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