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Party, process, and political change in Congress. v. 2 : further new perspectives on the history of Congress

Author: David W Brady; Mathew D McCubbins
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2007.
Series: Social science history.
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The authors in this edited volume examine the political economy of the history of Congress by showing how changes in Congressional practices and institutions are related to key economic and political  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David W Brady; Mathew D McCubbins
ISBN: 9780804755900 0804755906 9780804755917 0804755914
OCLC Number: 82367897
Description: xxiv, 505 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: American political geography / David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins --
External influences on Congress --
Progressive Era --
What did the direct primary do to party loyalty in Congress? / Stephen Ansolabehere, Shigeo Hirano, and James M. Snyder Jr. --
The effects of presidential elections on party control of the Senate under indirect and direct elections / Erik J. Engstrom and Samuel Kernell --
The dynamics of Senate voting: ideological shirking and the 17th Amendment / William Bernhard and Brian R. Sala --
The electoral connection: career building and constituency representation in the U.S. Senate in the age of indirect elections / Wendy J. Schiller --
The first "Southern strategy": the Republican Party and contested-election cases in the late 19th-century house / Jeffery A. Jenkins --
Postwar period --
Explaining the ideological polarization of the congressional parties since the 1970s / Gary C. Jacobson --
One D is not enough: measuring conditional party government, 1887-2002 / John H. Aldrich, David W. Rohde, and Michael W. Tofias --
Who parties? Floor voting, district ideology, and electoral margins / Brandice Canes-Wrone, Julia Rabinovich, and Craig Volden --
Internal changes in Congress --
19th-century development of Congress --
Architect or tactician? Henry Clay and the institutional development of the U.S. House of Representatives / Charles Stewart III --
Committee composition in the absence of a strong speaker / Chris Den Hartog and Craig Goodman --
Roll-call behavior and career advancement: analyzing committee assignments from Reconstruction to the New Deal / Craig Goodman and Timothy P. Nokken --
The evolution of agenda-setting institutions in Congress: path dependency in House and Senate institutional development / Jason M. Roberts and Steven S. Smith --
Progressive Era --
Filibuster reform in the Senate, 1913-1917 / Gregory Koger --
Cloture reform reconsidered / Gregory J. Wawro and Eric Schickler --
Candidates, parties, and the politics of U.S. House elections across time / Jamie L. Carson and Jason M. Roberts --
Speaker David Henderson and the partisan era of the U.S. House / Charles J. Finocchiaro and David W. Rohde --
Postwar period --
The motion to recommit in the House: the creation, evisceration, and restoration of a minority right / Donald R. Wolfensberger --
The motion to recommit in the U.S. House of Representatives / Gary W. Cox, Chris Den Hartog, and Mathew D. McCubbins --
The motion to recommit: more than an amendment? / D. Roderick Kiewiet and Kevin Roust --
An evolving end game: partisan collusion in conference committees, 1953-2003 / Robert Parks Van Houweling --
Postbellum trends --
Bicameral resolution in Congress, 1863-2002 / Elizabeth Rybicki --
The electoral disconnection: roll-call behavior in lame-duck sessions of the House of Representatives, 1879-1933 / Timothy P. Nokken --
Policy --
Measuring significant legislation, 1877-1948 / Joshua D. Clinton and John S. Lapinksi --
The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850: an instrumental interpretation / Jeffrey Rogers Hummel and Barry R. Weingast --
Power rejected: Congress and bankruptcy in the early republic / Erik Berglöf and Howard Rosenthal --
Afterword / David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins.
Series Title: Social science history.
Responsibility: edited by David W. Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins.
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