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Talking after a dinner in honor of Winston Churchill at Elysee Palace, residence of French President Vincent Auriol, in Paris on May 10, 1947, are left to right: Leon Blun, President Auriol, Mr. Churchill, and Georges Bidault, French foreign affairs minister. (AP Photo/Jean Jacques Levy)
During the fast-tracked effort to reform health care, millions of phone calls and emails to our representatives, communicating the needs and concerns of constituents, gained the attention of both sides of the aisle. Representatives had to listen, for fear that upcoming elections would hold them accountable.