The Transition to Republican Rule in the House: Implications for Theories of Congressional Politics
John H. Aldrich and David W. Rohde examine the revisions in the rules of the House of Representatives and the Republican Party Conference imposed by the Republican majority when it took control of the House after the 1994 elections. From this analysis, they draw inferences about support for competing theories of congressional politics.
Third-Party and Independent Candidates in American Politics: Wallace, Anderson, and Perot, John H. Aldrich and Phil Paolino and David W. Rohde, Paul R. Abranson
The United States Senate as a Presidential Incubator: Many Are Called but Few Are Chosen, Robert L. Peabody and Norman J. Ornstein, David W. Rohde
Congressional Power: Congress and Social Change, Gary Orfield Reviewed by David W. Rohde
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