Representation and Governance: The Great Legislative Trade-off
Kenneth A. Shepsle explores the importance of a legislative division of labor and power in the American Congress. He suggests that recent reforms, termed a "representational revolt," have compromised the capacity of Congress to play a role independent of the president.
Predicting Politics, Bruce Bueno de Mesquita Reviewed by Kenneth A. Shepsle
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