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The Telecommunicants, who simply wanted voting allowed remotely, yielded to Buckley F Williams. Amid hisses and boos, he moved that Congress be conducted by Telecom—on a regular basis. This time the ayes were too small for the big screen to express accurately. The Franklinites got up and walked out.