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When I took my citizenship test in Philadelphia in 1977, which was conducted orally by one person and not far from Independence Hall, I was stumped to name Pennsylvania’s second United States Senator. Since I had proved knowledgeable on the Constitutional and history questions, the examiner was not worried. He prompted me that the second Senator was Mr. Heinz.
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