Power in the Senate
This book discusses the power distribution and dispersion on the Senate as an institution and the consequences. The book consists of nine chapters divided in three parts about the distribution of power in the Senate, the development of party leadership and standing committees, decentralization to individualism in the post-World War II Senate, dispersion of power in the contemporary Senate in party leadership, the committee system such as chairmen, ranking minority members, conference committees, and the place of individual senators, the nature of legislative process in the Senate, the power of staff, and change and the present Senate. This book is suitable for research on power distribution and dispersion in the American Senate post-World War II.
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