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Fewer Lawyers In Congress. More Scientists.

John Allen Paulos makes the case: Among the 435 members of the House, for example, there are one physicist, one chemist, one microbiologist, six engineers and nearly two dozen representatives with medical training. The case of doctors and the body...
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