Partisan polarization, procedural control, and partisan emulation in the U.S. House: an explanation of rules restrictiveness over time

Owens, J. and Wrighton, J.M. (2008) Partisan polarization, procedural control, and partisan emulation in the U.S. House: an explanation of rules restrictiveness over time. In: History of Congress Conference, 29 May - 01 Jun 2008, George Washington University, Washington DC.

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