Congressional politics / Christopher J. Deering, editor.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Homewood, Ill. : Dorsey Press, c1989.
Description
xiii, 352 p. ; 24 cm.

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Subject(s)
Notes
Includes index.
Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p.338-342.
Action note
Committed to retain in perpetuity — ReCAP Shared Collection (HUL)
Contents
  • Congressional politics: an introduction and an approach / Christopher J. Deering
  • Do voters matter? democracy in Congressional elections / Lyn Ragsdale-- Home styles-then and now / Glenn R. Parker
  • PR on the Hill: the evolution of Congressional press operations / Timothy E. Cook
  • Individual outputs: legislators and constituency service / John R. Johannes
  • Parties and coalitions in Congress / Patricia A. Hurley
  • Leadership strategies in the modern Congress / Barbara Sinclair
  • Influence in Congressional committees: participation, manipulation, and anticipation / C. Lawrence Evans
  • Legislative procedures and Congressional policymaking: a bicameral perspective / Walter J. Oleszek
  • Congress and organized interests / John. T. Tierney, Kay Lehman Scholzman
  • Congressional policymaking: cloakroom politics and policy / Carl E. Van Horn
  • The focusing skill and presidential influence in Congress / Paul C. Light
  • Fiscal policy and Congressional politics / Lance T. LeLoup
  • National Security policy and Congress / Christopher J. Deering
  • Congress and the American people / Roger H. Davidson
  • Congress and the Constitutional balance of power / Charles O. Jones
  • Further reading
  • Index.
ISBN
0256059764 (pbk.) :
LCCN
^^^88015530^
OCLC
17982859
RCP
H - S
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