The US Senate and Typography


Deleted member 877043

Being the senate of the most powerful country on earth and still not receiving any advice on the basic priciples of typography is something that I find sort of baffling.

There was no-one that could have explained to the authors that you either use first-line indents or a space between paragraphs, but not both at the same time?

Is this a prime example of the poor typography habbits forced upon the users by the early versions of MS Word?

This is almost as offensive as indented bullet points in an unordered list

The offending document: to FTC re Devumi and Fake Followers.pdf
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