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  • Author:
    Glenn Parker
  • ISBN:
    0131261118
  • ISBN13:
    978-0131261112
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    Pearson College Div (January 1, 1989)
  • Pages:
    260 pages
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    Social Sciences
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Characteristics of Congress. Original source: Homeward bound : explaining changes in congressional behavior, Glenn R. Parker, Glenn . 1946-; xxi, 206 p. : ill. ; 21 c.

Congress confronts two major organizational problems that affect the behavior of legislators, party leaders, and groups doing business with congressional committees: the costly nature of monitoring and the absence of explicit mechanisms for upholding agreements. Characteristics of Congress.

The Congressional Record is the official daily record of the debates and . I have it here, chapter and verse, in this book that is before me, the Guidelines Manual, November 1, 1995.

The Congressional Record is the official daily record of the debates and proceedings of the . The fact of the matter is that it occurred in the Congress in which he was a Member. We were all here in November 1995, we were sober, it was in broad daylight, they sent it over from the Sentencing Commission. What they have done in this is they have left the levels of increase for the type of crimes against children and adults or senior citizens, like we have here, at exactly the same level as they were before they sent their recommendations out.

CHAPTER 4 The Color of Congress: The Impact of Race and the Role of Issues in Congressional Roll Call . The preceding chapters have presented an investigation of legislative voting behavior on policies of primary interest to blacks.

It would be rare to find a social group whose members would not feel deprived if someone like themselves were not included in the representative assembly. In the investigation we have looked at voting patterns, tested models, and examined evidence, all for the purpose of assessing the overall quality of representation for blacks in Congress.

A United States Congressional Hearing is the principal formal method by which United States congressional committees collect and analyze information in the early stages of legislative policymaking

A United States Congressional Hearing is the principal formal method by which United States congressional committees collect and analyze information in the early stages of legislative policymaking.

In Congress and America's Future, ed. Truman, David . nglewood Cliffs . Homeward Bound: Explaining Changes in Congressional Behavior. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. nglewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall. Jacobson, Gary C. 1983. Congressional Careers and Party Leadership in the Contemporary House of Representatives. American Journal of Political Science 28:180–202. Loomis, Burdett A. 1988. The New American Politician. New York: Basic Books. From Obscurity to Oblivion: Running in the Congressional Primary. Polsby, Nelson W. 1968.

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Parker's book has much to recommend it. Positing that congressional candidates are strategic actors seeking to win elections, he argues that candidate positioning on issues during an election are related to the resource environment faced by those candidates. As campaign finance law alters the ability of candidates to gather resources such as money and reputations, candidates are more or less willing to toe the party line.