Home Style: House Members in Their Districts

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Longman, 1978 - Biography & Autobiography - 304 pages
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Reissued as part of the "Longman Classics in Political Science" series, Fenno's landmark study of eighteen members of Congress in their districts features a new Foreword by John Hibbing. Home Style, which won the 1979 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award and the 1980 D.B. Hardeman prize, has been re-issued in a "Longman Classics" Edition and features a new Foreword by renowned scholar John Hibbing of The University of Nebraska.

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User Review  - Ashleigh Gaines - Goodreads

It was a good book on how congress is run. Read full review

Review: Home Style: House Members in Their Districts (Longman Classics Series)

User Review  - Fran - Goodreads

It was really good but pretty confusing and a little to advanced for my age group. Seems like it would be more appropriate for college. Too bad my Political Science teacher is such a nut. lol Read full review

Contents

Explanation of Washington
101
Explanation and Member Goals
136
Explanation and Presentation
146
Copyright

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About the author (1978)

-->Richard -->-->F. -->-->Fenno, Jr., --> is Distinguished University Professor of Political Science at the University of Rochester. His twelve previous books on the Congress and other political subjects include the award-winning Home Style: House Members in Their Districts, for which this book is a long-awaited sequel.