Congress and Its Members -- Paperback (9 Rev ed)

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Congress and Its Members -- Paperback (9 Rev ed)

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Table of Contents

Preface                                            xi
Part 1 In Search of the Two Congresses
1 The Two Congresses 3 (10)
The Dual Nature of Congress 4 (5)
Divergent Views of Congress 9 (4)
2 Evolution of the Modern Congress 13 (26)
Antecedents of Congress 13 (4)
Congress in the Constitution 17 (9)
Institutional Evolution 26 (5)
Evolution of the Legislator's Job 31 (5)
Conclusion 36 (3)
Part 2 A Congress of Ambassadors
3 Going for It: Recruitment and Candidacy 39 (42)
Formal Rules of the Game 40 (4)
Districting in the House 44 (12)
Becoming a Candidate 56 (9)
Nominating Politics 65 (3)
The Money Factor 68 (11)
Conclusion 79 (2)
4 Making It: The Electoral Game 81 (38)
Campaign Strategies 82 (3)
Campaign Resources 85 (5)
Campaign Techniques 90 (6)
The Parallel Campaigns 96 (1)
Who Votes? 97 (3)
How Voters Decide 100(11)
Election Outcomes 111(5)
After the Election Is Over 116(3)
5 Being There: Hill Styles and Home Styles 119(32)
Hill Styles 120(12)
Looking Homeward 132(8)
Office of the Member Inc. 140(5)
Members and the Media 145(4)
Conclusion 149(2)
Part 3 A Deliberative Assembly of One Nation
6 Leaders and Parties in Congress 151(42)
Leaders of the House 153(15)
Leaders of the Senate 168(9)
Selection of Leaders 177(1)
Leadership Activities 178(4)
Party Caucuses, Committees, and Informal 182(3)
Groups
Party Continuity and Change 185(6)
Conclusion 191(2)
7 Committees: Workshops of Congress 193(36)
The Purposes of Committees 194(1)
Evolution of the Committee System 195(2)
Types of Committees 197(6)
The Assignment Process 203(8)
Committee Leadership 211(1)
Policy Making in Committee 211(8)
Committee Staff 219(2)
Committee Reform and Change 221(5)
Conclusion 226(3)
8 Congressional Rules and Procedures 229(32)
Introduction of Bills 231(3)
Referral of Bills 234(3)
Scheduling in the House 237(9)
House Floor Procedures 246(3)
Scheduling in the Senate 249(3)
Senate Floor Procedures 252(4)
Resolving House-Senate Differences 256(3)
Conclusion 259(2)
9 Decision Making in Congress 261(30)
The Power to Choose 262(1)
Types of Decisions 263(8)
Determinants of Voting 271(11)
Legislative Bargaining 282(6)
Conclusion 288(3)
Part 4 Policy Making and Change in the Two
Congresses
10 Congress and the President 291(28)
The President as Legislator 291(14)
The Veto Power 305(4)
Sources of Legislative-Executive Cooperation 309(2)
Sources of Legislative-Executive Conflict 311(2)
The Balance of Power 313(3)
Conclusion 316(3)
11 Congress and the Bureaucracy 319(26)
Congress Organizes the Executive Branch 320(16)
Congressional Control of the Bureaucracy 336(7)
Conclusion 343(2)
12 Congress and the Courts 345(22)
Constitutional Review 346(1)
The Court as Referee and Umpire 347(9)
Advice and Consent for Judicial Nominees 356(8)
Conclusion 364(3)
13 Congress and Organized Interests 367(24)
A Nation of Joiners 367(3)
Pressure Group Methods 370(6)
Groups and the Electoral Connection 376(5)
Groups and Legislative Politics 381(2)
Informal Groups of Members 383(1)
Regulation of Lobbying 384(4)
Conclusion 388(3)
14 Congress, Budgets, and Domestic Policy 391(28)
Making
Definitions of Policy 391(2)
Stages of Policy Making 393(3)
Types of Domestic Policies 396(2)
Characteristics of Congressional Policy 398(3)
Making
Congressional Budgeting 401(6)
The 1974 Budget Act 407(6)
Surpluses Arrive Unexpectedly 413(1)
The Return of Deficits 414(3)
Conclusion 417(2)
15 Congress and National Security Policies 419(28)
Constitutional Powers 420(1)
Who Speaks for Congress? 421(3)
Types of Foreign and National Security 424(1)
Policies
Structural Policies 424(5)
Strategic Policies 429(8)
Crisis Policies: The War Powers 437(5)
Conclusion 442(5)
Part 5 Conclusion
16 The Two Congresses and the American People 447(18)
Congress-as-Politicians 448(4)
Congress-as-Institution 452(5)
Twenty-first Century Challenges 457(4)
"The Fundamental Things Apply" 461(4)
Reference Materials 465
Appendix A. Party Control: Presidency, 466(2)
Senate, House, 1901-2003
Appendix B. Internships: Getting Experience 468(2)
on Capitol Hill
Notes 470(46)
Suggested Readings 516(7)
Index 523