Stan Langland

Stan Langland was a staff assistant in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1961 to 1969. Both have served in government, including the Foreign Service of the U.S. Information Agency.   

Latest by Stan Langland in Chronicles

  • August 1993

    Being Challenged

    Federal voting procedures are now being challenged in ways that could undermine the very integrity of the franchise. And there is almost no public discussion of the issue and little effective opposition.

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  • An Obsolete Congress
    August 1988

    An Obsolete Congress

    "Here, sir, the people govern," said Alexander Hamilton in 1788, as he argued for the direct election of members to the proposed U.S. House of Representatives. "Here they act by their immediate representatives."

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