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‘Inside the beltway’ is used to refer to the often inward‐looking and self‐absorbed political community of Washington. Events in the country directly affecting ordinary Americans are referred to as ‘outside the beltway’. The name is taken from the ring road which encircles Washington, DC.

Wyn Grant


Subjects: Politics.

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