The United States Senate as a Presidential Incubator: Many Are Called but Few Are Chosen
Robert L. Peabody, Norman J. Ornstein, and David W. Rohde analyze the Senate's role in developing vice-presidential and presidential candidates. The implications of this role for the operation of the Senate and its policy process are discussed.
Stalemate: Causes and Consequences of Legislative Gridlock, Sarah A. Binder Reviewed by Norman J. Ornstein
The Transition to Republican Rule in the House: Implications for Theories of Congressional Politics, John H. Aldrich and David W. Rohde
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 1995 Congress: The First Hundred Days and Beyond, Norman J. Ornstein and Amy L. Schenkenberg
Facing Up: How to Rescue the Economy from Crushing Debt and Restore the American Dream, Peter G. Peterson Reviewed by Norman J. Ornsteinmore by this author
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Revisiting the New Deal
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PRESIDENTIAL SELECTION AND DEMOCRACY
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