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Graphic: Insults in the U.S. House of RepresentativesThe U.S. House of Representatives is far more polite and civil than it is often perceived to be. A new report by the University of Pennsylvania has studied the number of insults in the House and finds that incivility was more common historically. The report studies the “taking down” procedure, which censures members who use insulting language.

Graphic: Insults in the U.S. House of Representatives
The U.S. House of Representatives is far more polite and civil than it is often perceived to be. A new report by the University of Pennsylvania has studied the number of insults in the House and finds that incivility was more common historically. The report studies the “taking down” procedure, which censures members who use insulting language.

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