Constitutional Government in the United States
A study and re-thinking of government in states and federal organizations such as Congress, the courts, executive agencies, and the presidency. Written as a series of lectures, this book proposes a dramatic shift to the American perception of the Constitutions role, and the three beaches of United States government.
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THE PLACE OF THE UNITED STATES IN CONSTITU
THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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