Constituencies and Leaders in Congress: Their Effects on Senate Voting Behavior

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Constituencies and Leaders in Congress: Their Effects on Senate Voting Behavior - Jackson, John

This study may be the most sophisticated statistical study of legislative voting now in print. The author asks why legislators, especially U.S. senators, vote as they do. Are they influenced by their constituencies, party, committee leaders, the President? By taking a relatively short time span, the years 1961 to 1963, the author is able to give ... Read More

Constituencies and Leaders in Congress: Their Effects on Senate Voting Behavior 1974, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780674165403

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