The Legislative Process Congress Readings

Sarah A, Binder and Stephen S. Smith, Politics or Principle?, The Politics and Principle of the Filibuster, Brookings Press, Washington D.C., 1997, 1-36.

David W. Brady, John F. Cogon, and Morris P. Fiorina (ed.), Continuity and Change in House Elections, Stephen Ansolabehere and James M. Snyder Jr., Money and Office: The Sources of the Incumbency Advantage in Congressional Campaign Finance, Stanford University Press, 2000, 65-77.

David W. Brady and Hahrie Han, Party Polarization in the Post WWII Era: A Two Period Electoral Interpretation, paper presented at the Midwest Political Science Association on April 4, 2003, Chicago, Illinois, 1-48.

David Butler and Bruce Cain, Congressional Redistricting, Changing Boundaries: Myths and Realities, MacMillan Publishing Company, NY, 1992, 1-46.

David Canon, Race, Redistricting, and Representation, A Legal Primer on Race and Redistricting, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 1999, 60-77.

David W. Brady, John F. Cogan, Brian J. Gaines, Douglas Rivers, The Perils of Presidential Support: How the Republicans Took the House in the 1994 Midterm Elections, Political Behavior, Vol 18, No. 4, Dec. 1996, 345-367.

Richard F. Fenno, Jr., U.S. House Members in Their Constituencies: An Exploration, The American Political Science Review, Vol.17, No. 3, (Sep., 1977), 883-917.

Richard F. Fenno, Jr., Congressmen in Committees, Little Brown & Co., 1973, 1-14.

Helen Dewar, An All-Nighter in the Senate; GOP Aims to Call Attention to Blocked Judicial Nominees, The Washington Post, November 13, 1003, A01.

John R. Hibbing and Elizabeth Theiss-Morris, Congress As Public Enemy, Introduction: What is wrong with the American political system?, Cambridge University Press, 1995, 1-41.

David R. Mayhew, Congress the Electoral Connection, Yale University Press, New Haven, CT, 1974, 13-77.

Anthony King, The Vulnerable American Politician, British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 27, No. 1, Jan. 1977, 1-22.

Barbara Sinclair, Unorthodox Lawmaking, Clean Air: An Introduction to How the Legislative Process Has Changed, CQ Press, Washington D.C., 1-50.

Richard A. Smith, Interest Group Influence in the U.S. Congress, Legislative Studies Quarterly, Vol. 20, No. 1, February 1995, 89-139.

James L. Sunquist, The Decline and Resurgence of Congress, The President as Chief Legislator, Brookings Institution Press, Washington D.C., 1981, 127-154.