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English: Pages of the Congressional Record containing reprints of "Government by Treaty", a series of articles by William H. Fitzpatrick of the New Orleans States, which won the 1951 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Writing.
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Source Congressional Record, Volume 97, Part 11, pp. A176-A179, via Google Books
Author United States Government Printing Office. Contains editorials by William H. Fitzpatrick of the New Orleans States.

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