The Senate Reorganizes Its Committees, 1977
Judith H. Parris describes the 1977 committee reorganization in the Senate, suggests why it was successful; and indicates ways in which committee reorganization matters in political, symbolic, and managerial terms.
Unelected Representatives: Congressional Staff and the Future of Representatives Government, Michael J. Malbin Reviewed by Judith H. Parris
Congress in the American System, Carl P. Chelf Reviewed by Judith H. Parris
One Last Chance: The Democratic Party, 1974-76, John G. Stewart ; The Politics of Representation: The Democratic Convention 1972, Jeffrey L. Pressman, Denis G. Sullivan, Benjamin I. Page and John J. Lyons Reviewed by Judith H. Parris
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