New perspectives on the House of Representatives. Edited by Robert L. Peabody and Nelson W. Polsby.

; Polsby, Nelson W., editor
Chicago, Rand McNally [1963] .

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Other Authors Polsby, Nelson W.,
Subjects United States. Congress. House.
Series Rand McNally political science series.
Description 392 pages 22 cm.
Copyright Date [1963]
©1963
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 383-385).
Contents Congressmen and their constituents -- The representative and his district / Lewis Anthony Dexter -- Part two: Work groups in the House -- Committee assignments / Nicholas A. Masters -- The functions of informal groups : a state delegation / Alan Fiellin -- The Appropriations Committee as a political system / Richard F. Fenno, Jr. -- The Agriculture Committee and the problem of representation / Charles O. Jones -- The enlarged Rules Committee / Robert L. Peabody -- Part three: Leadership and the legislative process -- The decision to enlarge the Committee on Rules : an analysis of the 1961 vote / Milton C. Cummings, Jr. and Robert L. Peabody -- The House of Representatives and federal aid to education / Richard F. Fenno, Jr. -- Two strategies of influence : choosing a majority leader, 1962 / Nelson W. Polsby -- Part four: The House and the Executive -- Innovation and intervention on defense policy / Raymond H. Dawson -- Congressmen and the making of military policy / Lewis Anthony Dexter -- Congressional oversight of administration : the power of the purse / Arthur W. Macmahon.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)500804
(OCoLC)ocm00500804
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WorldCat Identities Peabody, Robert L.,
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