America’s Congress: Actions in the Public Sphere, James Madison Through Newt Gingrich

To understand American politics and government, we need to recognize that members of Congress are more than agents of societal interests and preferences - they also act with some autonomy and consequence in the public sphere. In this study, a distinguished political scientist examines the actions of members of Congress throughout American history, assessing their patterns and importance and their role in the US system of separation of powers.

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