1 edition of How Congressmen decide found in the catalog.
How Congressmen decide
Aage R. Clausen
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by] Aage R. Clausen.|
|LC Classifications||JK1051 .C57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 243 p.|
|Number of Pages||243|
Of course our Congress is corrupt. The fact is that they no longer represent the people, if they ever did. They are bought and paid for by big business interests and do not serve the people in any form. We are consistently told that we don’t have.
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Kingdon attempts to explain why congressmen vote the way they do. He divides his explanation into two parts, (1) the role of various actors - constituents, fellow congressmen, party leaders, interest groups, etc.
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Well, because a square is a rectangle. What does that have to do with Senators and Representatives. Let me explain that. But first, a little history. The “congress” term, with its Latin basis in walking together, predates the Constitution as a ter.
George L. Cassiday, Sr. (Ap – Janu ) was one of the leading Congressional bootleggers during National as “the man in the green hat,” he sold liquor for ten years to congressmen and senators. In Octoberhe came forward and told his story in six front-page articles in the Washington articles pointed out Congressional hypocrisy and.
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It. Congress' power to create laws and set the budget means it has the power to set fiscal policy. When spending increases or taxes are cut, that's expansionary fiscal policy.
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