Congress, the Press, and the Public

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In recent years Congress has been in a state of siege. The healthy skepticism that had long characterized public attitudes toward Congress degenerated into corrosive cynicism. The reservoir of support among political elites appears to have collapsed as well. Part of the explanation for this growing public hostility lies in objective conditions: stagnant wages, huge budget deficits, sustained divided government, scandals and deadlock on Capitol Hill. But another important factor may be how Congress is presented to and ...

Congress, the Press, and the Public 1994, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780815754626

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Congress, the Press, and the Public 1994, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, DC

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