Participation and Policy Making in Senate Committees
C. Lawrence Evans analyzes patterns of participation in U.S. Senate committees. Drawing on interviews with senators and Senate staff members, he concludes that influencing committee decisions tends to be selective, often including just three or four senators.
Common Ground: Committee Politics in the U.S. House of Representatives, John Baughman Reviewed by C. Lawrence Evans
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