Cq Almanac Plus 2006

Author: Jan Austin
Publisher: CQ-Roll Call Group Books
ISBN: 9780872895768
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A comprehensive analysis of congressional action in 2006

Cq Almanac Plus

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Publisher: Congressional Quarterly Inc
ISBN: 9781568026381
Size: 17.99 MB
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Cq Almanac Plus 2003

Author: Jan Austin
Publisher: CQ-Roll Call Group Books
ISBN: 9781568026398
Size: 80.32 MB
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New and Improved with original articles and reports - CQ Almanac Plus is a one-of-a kind source for an in-depth look and explanation of the first session of the 108th Congress. CQ Almanac Plus provides a detailed look at each major bill considered in 2002 - whether or not it became law. Plus, useful data-filled appendixes include: Key Votes, Vote Studies, Roll Call Votes, Public Laws, A look at Congress and Its Members, Texts, Election Results.

Cq Almanac

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ISBN: 9781568026404
Size: 64.56 MB
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CQ Almanac Plus gives you an in-depth look at the major bills of the second session of the 108th Congress, including the landmark overhaul of the nation's intelligence community and the failed attempt to update the nation's main highway law. The book also details the year's two big tax bills - for businesses and for middle-class families, along with the 13 appropriations bills, of which were enacted by the end of the session for the first time in three years. This year's edition also has a special section on the 2001 elections, with summaries of the presidential and congressional races and complete, official returns for every congressional district in the country. Each of the more than 80 legistative histories contains a detailed adescription of the bill, a behind-the-scene look at how it was shaped and its status at the end of 2004. CQ Almanac Plus also gives you the following: Key Votes Vote Studies All roll-call votes Public Laws

Cq Almanac 2013

Author: C. Q. Roll Call
Publisher: Cq Press
ISBN: 9781483358475
Size: 30.27 MB
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CQ Almanac is the essential resource that chronicles and analyzes the major bills brought before Congress in the previous year. Published each summer, this non-partisan reference work offers exclusive insight into the forces that drove action on legislation. The CQ Almanac Includes: An unbiased look at the issues that mattered most in 2014 Offers original narrative accounts of every major piece of legislation that lawmakers considered during a congressional session Arranged thematically, CQ Almanac organizes, distills, and cross-indexes for permanent reference the full year in Congress and in national politics Print Version includes: Legislative Profiles, Key Votes, Vote Studies, Roll Call Votes, and Public Laws Available In Print and Online.

Cq Almanac 2009

Author: Jan Austin
Publisher: Congress at Your Fingertips
ISBN: 9781879617155
Size: 56.54 MB
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Get the first draft of history and plan for tomorrow with a complete review of legislative action from the first session of the 111th Congress. Brought to you by the expert and nonpartisan CQ editorial staff, the CQ Almanac 2009 chronicles and analyzes the major bills brought before the 111th Congress in its first session, and includes exclusive insight into the forces that drove action on legislation, as well as nominations and congressional oversight activities.

Parties Polarization And Democracy In The United States

Author: Donald C. Baumer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317254783
Size: 36.38 MB
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As evidenced in the 2008 elections and the transition to a new era of Democratic governance, one of the most important developments in American politics in recent years has been the resurgence of political parties. Democrats and Republicans represent different world views and policies, citizens recognise these differences, and many of them use party labels to make sense of the political world. Parties, Polarisation and Democracy in the United States describes and analyses the place of political parties in American politics today - both among elites and citizens at large. Many scholars and pundits denounce political polarisation; they view it as a symptom of a broken political system that provides unappealing choices for voters and that is frequently mired in deadlock. Baumer and Gold make a different argument - that party polarisation offers the kind of choice and accountability to voters that was not always present in earlier periods of American political history.

Bush On The Home Front

Author: John D. Graham
Publisher: Indiana University Press
ISBN: 9780253004130
Size: 77.29 MB
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Military operations in Afghanistan and Iraq consumed so much attention during his presidency that few people appreciated that George W. Bush was also an activist on the home front. Despite limited public support, and while confronting a deeply divided Congress, Bush engineered and implemented reforms of public policy on a wide range of issues: taxes, education, health care, energy, environment, and regulatory reform. In Bush on the Home Front, former Bush White House official and academic John D. Graham analyzes Bush’s successes in these areas and setbacks in other areas such as Social Security and immigration reform. Graham provides valuable insights into how future presidents can shape U.S. domestic policy while facing continuing partisan polarization.