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Congress

This volume begins with commentary from the debates surrounding the nature of legislative power during the ratification of the Constitution; it ends with a 2011 speech about the importance of an “open” Congress, one not controlled by the Speaker or his party but genuinely a place for public discourse and debate on policy questions. It covers the developing role of political parties within Congress, as well as the evolution of legislative procedures and especially the connection between Congress and the presidency.

 

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This volume begins with commentary from the debates surrounding the nature of legislative power during the ratification of the Constitution; it ends with a 2011 speech about the importance of an “open” Congress, one not controlled by the Speaker or his party but genuinely a place for public discourse and debate on policy questions. It covers the developing role of political parties within Congress, as well as the evolution of legislative procedures and especially the connection between Congress and the presidency.

 

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