"Freeman leans heavily on journalists and diarists to deliver a vivid portrait of a dysfunctional government that—minus the literal bloodshed—has been compared to today's but was probably worse."
A hair-raising history of "extreme congressional discord and national divisiveness." No, not today, but rather before and during the Civil War, when violence among members of Congress was not uncommon.
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