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The Cold Calls Behind Those Personal Letters to Congress
In the past five years, 44 percent of Americans -- about 100 million people -- have contacted their elected representatives in Washington. Most of them did so at the prompting of a third party -- often a lobbying group -- according to surveys done for the Congressional Management Foundation.
By Jeffrey H. Birnbaum
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