Resident Review  |   August 2014
5 Pieces of Advice From ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington’
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Resident Review   |   August 2014
5 Pieces of Advice From ‘Mr. Smith Goes to Washington’
ASA Monitor 08 2014, Vol.78, 58-59.
ASA Monitor 08 2014, Vol.78, 58-59.
Frank Capra’s 1939 film “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington” remains one of the quintessential political dramas in American culture. The story follows political amateur Jefferson Smith, who turns out to be wiser than the unscrupulous politicians whose tricks and traps await him in the halls of Congress. One reason the film has enjoyed such a favorable legacy is its central message: Mr. Smith embodies the idea that one person can make a difference. There are also a number of lessons to be learned from the experiences of Mr. Smith, which may help you in making a difference as a resident leader for ASA.
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