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The thing that sets Washingtonians apart from other city dwellers is that they can walk o r drive past the White House and not have the urge to take a picture, they have given up asking why to triplicate forms and they know what G.S. 2 stands for. Washingtonians — the true Wash- ingtonians, have a tendency to forget they are surrounded by power. They might forget that the next person they see on a busy sidewalk could be run- ning for president in the next election, or involved in the next scandal. They just don’t seem to notice the black lim- ousines floating through the |ungle; they have given up wondering ,- who ' s inside and where are they going? " Washingtonians glamorize them- selves in their home publications: The Washington Dossier, The Washingto- nian, The Star, The Post and the newly formed Washington Journalism Review. 27
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Whether resident or commuter we all share one thing in common, the city of Washington. On the back of souvenir postcards the phrase " The Nation ' s Capitol” is printed. But |ust as the postcard picture does not show the full picture of Washington, D.C., Washington D.C. as the nation’s capi tol is only the tip of the iceberg. Wash ington is a city of museums, embas- sies, lawyers — a city of people and the city thousands call home. The monuments are interesting pieces of marble handicraft and they make nice Kodak snapshots. But, the people of Washington are the most interesting aspect of D.C. They range from the First Family at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to the man sleeping on the hot air grate in front of the Corcoran Art Museum one block away. Although people in 3 piece suits and many high heeled paper shufflers abound the sidewalks during lunch hour, they are not the only people to be found; there are blue-jeaned students, uniformed maids and custodians, taxi-cab driv- ers, secretaries, cops, street vendors, waiters, elevator operators, and gophers (go fors) as well. These peo- ple are just that — people, no differ ent from people the world over; no better, no worse. Nourishment for the long hours ahead in the library
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I don ' t know what he ' s talking about but it must be interesting ’cause every body else is listening to him. ♦ 28
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