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008    991020s2000    dcua     b    001 0 eng   
010    99053914 
020    1568024770 (set : alk. paper) 
020    1568024762 (v. 1 : alk. paper) 
020    1568024363 (v. 2 : alk. paper) 
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050 00 JK1021|b.C565 2000 
082 00 328.73|221 
245 00 Guide to Congress. 
246 14 Congressional Quarterly's guide to Congress 
250    Fifth edition. 
264  1 Washington, D.C. :|bCQ Press,|c[2000] 
264  4 |c©2000 
300    2 volumes (xiv, 1354 pages, 45 pages) :|billustrations ;
       |c29 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
500    Rev. ed. of: Congressional Quarterly's guide to Congress. 
       4th ed. c1991. 
504    Includes bibliographical references and indexes. 
505 00 |gv. 1.|gpt. 1.|tOrigins and development of Congress:|gch.
       1.|tConstitutional beginnings --|gch. 2.|tHistory of the 
       House --|gch. 3.|tHistory of the Senate --|gpt. 2.|tPowers
       of Congress:|gch. 4.|tPower of the purse --|gch. 5.
       |tForeign policy powers --|gch. 6.|tCongressional 
       investigations --|gch. 7.|tSenate's confirmation power --
       |gch. 8.|tRegulation of commerce --|gch. 9.|tImpeachment 
       power --|gch. 10.|tConstitutional amendments --|gch. 11.
       |tPower to select the President --|gch. 12.|tSeat of 
       government --|gch. 13.|tMiscellaneous powers --|gpt. 3.
       |tCongressional procedures: --|gch. 14.|tParty leadership 
       in Congress --|gch. 15.|tLegislative process --|gch. 16.
       |tCommittee system --|gch. 17.|tCongressional staff --
       |gpt. 4.|tPressures on Congress:|gch. 18.|tConstituency 
       pressures --|gch. 19.|tMedia --|gch. 20.|tInternal 
       pressures --|gch. 21.|tPresident --|gch. 22.|tSupreme 
       Court --|gch. 23.|tLobbying --|gv. 2.|gpt. 5.|tHousing and
       support:|gch. 24.|tCapitol and office buildings --|gch. 
       25.|tLibrary of Congress --|gch. 26.|tSupporting 
       organizations --|gpt. 6.|tPay and perquisites:|gch. 27.
       |tPay and honoraria --|gch. 28.|tAllowances and other 
       benefits--|gpt. 7.|tCongress and the Electorate:|gch. 29.
       |tWho elects Congress --|gch. 30.|tPolitical parties and 
       elections --|gch. 31.|tWho gets elected --|gch. 32.
       |tCampaign financing --|gch. 33.|tReapportionment and 
       redistricting --|gpt. 8.|tQualifications and conduct:|gch.
       34.|tSeating and disciplining --|gch. 35.|tEthics and 
       criminal prosecutions --|gAppendix A:|tConstitution of the
       United States --|tActs of Congress held unconstitutional -
       -|tRules of the House of Representatives, 106th Congress -
       -|tStanding rules of the Senate, 106th Congress --
       |tGlossary of Congressional terms --|tHow a bill becomes a
       law --|tPolitical party affiliations in Congress and the 
       Presidency, 1789-1999 --|tElection results, Congress and 
       the Presidency --|tSpeakers of the House of 
       Representatives --|tHose Floor leaders, 1899-1999 --
       |tSenate Floor leaders, 1911-1999 --|tCongressional 
       Committee Chairs since 1947 --|tMembers of Congress who 
       became President --|tWomen members of Congress, 1917-1999 
       --|tBlack members of Congress, 1870-1999 --|tHispanic 
       members of Congress, 1877-1999 --|tRecorded votes in the 
       House and Senate, 1947-1998 --|tAttempted and successful 
       cloture votes, 1919-1998 --|tHouse Discharge Petitions 
       since 1931 --|tSessions of the U.S. Congress, 1789-1999 --
       |tLame Duck sessions since 1945 --|tLongest sessions of 
       Congress --|tJoint sessions, joint meetings, and 
       inaugurations, 1789-1999 --|tSpecial sessions of the 
       Senate, 1789-1933 --|tExtraordinary sessions of Congress 
       since 1797 --|tCongressional information on the Internet -
       -|tCapitol floor plan --|tMap of Capitol Hill --|gAppendix
       B:|tMembers of Congress, 1789-1999.|tCongressional 
       statistics --|tCongressional rules --|tGlossary of 
       Congressional terms --|tJudicial review --|tLobbying. 
610 10 United States.|bCongress.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       names/n79006865 
710 2  Congressional Quarterly, inc.|0http://id.loc.gov/
       authorities/names/n79029195 
730 0  Congressional Quarterly's guide to Congress. 
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