4 edition of The public Congress found in the catalog.
The public Congress
Gary Lee Malecha
|Statement||Gary Lee Malecha, Daniel J. Reagan|
|Contributions||Reagan, Daniel J.|
|LC Classifications||JK1131 .M35 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415894272, 9780415894289, 9780203806777|
|LC Control Number||2011028569|
"Americans, Congress, and Democratic Responsiveness is an interesting book with important and compelling results. Jones and McDermott restore meaning to democratic responsibility by finding that public evaluations affect Congress. A resolution on e-book pricing and access issues comes after a year in which libraries lost ground in the digital content realm, including new restrictions on digital audio licenses.
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