by Samantha Benthien
How can the history of the term quid pro quo inform our understanding of its current use in the impeachment inquiry against the President?
The whole idea of a "quid pro quo" is so fundamental to the human experience that we have all kinds of ways to say it. Here, a look at how our understanding of "quid pro quo" has changed over time.
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