Members Of Congress Represent Both The Nation And A Particular State Or Distric

“Members of Congress represent both the nation and a particular state or district. These representational roles often complement each other but sometimes conflict. When should a representative place the interest of the nation ahead of that of the particular state or district? When should the local interest dominate? Try to place your answer in the context of specific policy issues, such as energy, trade, immigration, or defense spending?” 

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