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Register of Debates in Congress, Vol. 1

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Register of Debates in Congress, Comprising the Leading Debates and Incidents of the Second Session of the Eighteenth Congress: Vol. 1 takes upon itself the mammoth but credible task of documenting a thorough history of legislation in the United States. It takes the reader through the intricacies of Congressional sessions, Senate meetings and court proceedings. For this purpose alone, it is a treasure trove of information that would perhaps be scattered across various journals and books and therefore difficult to find.

In its form this is not a conventional book at all, but as the name suggests a register of various documents compiled for the benefit of ready reference. Hence there are no clearly defined contents or chapters mentioned, but each section is highlighted on the top of the page along with an exhaustive index at the end for quick access to relevant portions. The appendix is as thorough as the main content of the Register as it contains important reports across various government departments that act as supplementary material to the main debates. Debates on the crimes against the United States are worth a mention purely because of the rather heated and animated proceedings that jump out from the pages and are sure to keep the reader riveted.

Register of Debates in Congress, Comprising the Leading Debates and Incidents of the Second Session of the Eighteenth Congress: Vol. 1 is a title that should be in the possession of students and scholars of American history as an important reference book. Yet, the language and content it holds is as engaging and informative for casual enthusiasts as well.

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