Encyclopedia of the American Legislative System: Studies of the Principal Structures, Processes, and Policies of Congress and the State Legislatures Since the Colonial Era, Volume 3

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C. Scribner's Sons, 1994 - Political Science - 1738 pages
V.1. The American legislative system in historical context -- Legislative recru itment, personnel, and elections -- v.2. Legislative structures and processes - - Legislative behavior -- v.3. Legislatures and public policy -- Legislatures w ithin the political system.

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Contents

LEGISLATURES AND AMERICAN ECONOMIC
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REPRESENTATION 3
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LEGISLATURES AND SLAVERY
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