Six American giants scowl down at the Tea Party-led Congress. They stand as a reproof of history and an example of how strong-minded men can overcome bitter partisan enmity to again become useful friends.
The paired giants are John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt, and Supreme Court Justices Felix Frankfurter and Hugo Black.
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H. Brandt Ayers is the publisher of The Star and chairman of Consolidated Publishing Co.