McGraw Hill Professional, 1995 - Political Science - 401 pages
Reviews the 1988 and 1992 elections, the federal budget process, judicial decisions in civil liberties and civil rights. This book also addresses the politicization of the judicial appointment process.
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103rd Congress action activity administration agencies Amendment American Political anti-Federalists areas Articles of Confederation basic bill Bill Clinton budget bureaucrats campaign candidates Chapter citizens civil Clinton congressional conservative Constitution Convention debate decisions deficit delegates democracy Democratic discharge petition district dominant economic effective electorate elite ernment example executive favor federal Federalists filibuster Founding Fathers funds gerrymandering grant-in-aid grants House of Representatives important increase incumbents individual influence institutions interest groups involved issues Jimmy Carter judicial Justice leaders leadership legislative legislature liberal limited majority members of Congress ment military national government Nixon nomination participation party organization percent person pluralist Pluralist theory political parties positions president primary problems programs proposed protect public opinion Reagan regulate Republican responsible Robert Bork role Ronald Reagan Senate social Soviet Union spending subcommittee Supreme Court tend tion turnout United Vietnam war vote voters Watergate scandal York