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Partisan Conflict and Post-Passage Processes in the U.S. Congress
Hong Min Park, Steven S. Smith, and Ryan J. Vander Wielen
Analyzes the impacts of partisanship, polarization, and institutional reforms on how the U.S. Congress resolves inter-cameral differences

 
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Partisan Conflict and Post-Passage Processes in the U.S. Congress
Hong Min Park, Steven S. Smith, and Ryan J. Vander Wielen
Analyzes the impacts of partisanship, polarization, and institutional reforms on how the U.S. Congress resolves inter-cameral differences

 
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Partisan Conflict and Post-Passage Processes in the U.S. Congress
Hong Min Park, Steven S. Smith, and Ryan J. Vander Wielen
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Jamie L. Carson and Joel Sievert
Revealing look at what motivated legislators in the nineteenth century and how those factors compare to today
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How Women Work Harder to Stay in Office
Jeffrey Lazarus and Amy Steigerwalt
Analysis-driven study of female candidates and how they represent their constituents better than their male colleagues
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The Legislative Politics & Policy Making Series at the University of Michigan Press covers both Congress and state legislatures and welcomes both quantitative and qualitative work. It encompasses work on interactions among Congress and other political entities. We are actively seeking political science and legislative politics writers for this series, and would be much obliged to hear about the ideas, projects, and goals of those involved. We look for manuscripts that make an important theoretical contribution, are methodologically rigorous, and address topics of important substantive interest, as well as "insider" books that explore the operation of Congress, an edited volume that provides accessible versions of recent research on Congress and analysis of congressional politics, or cross-over books that address topics such as gender, race, the media, and interest groups and Congress.

Series editor Janet Box-Steffensmeier has strong interests in legislative politics as well as political behavior and methodology. Her legislative publications include topics of congressional campaign finance, representation and electoral advantage in Congress, legislative success and effectiveness, legislative socialization, position taking, vote choice for members, and a current project on congressional politics of the blue slip.

David Canon is clearly situated in legislative politics as his primary field. He is perhaps best known for his work on race and representation (which concerned behavior in Congress), but he had also has published work on congressional elections, political careers in Congress, congressional leadership, and the evolution of the legislative committee system. His work includes traditional roll call analysis, analysis of speeches, sponsorship and cosponsorship, committee assignments, and congressional leadership.

Legislative Politics and Policy Making

The Legislative Politics & Policy Making Series at the University of Michigan Press covers both Congress and state legislatures and welcomes both quantitative and qualitative work. It encompasses work on interactions among Congress and other political entities. We are actively seeking political science and legislative politics writers for this series, and would be much obliged to hear about the ideas, projects, and goals of those involved. We look for manuscripts that make an important theoretical contribution, are methodologically rigorous, and address topics of important substantive interest, as well as "insider" books that explore the operation of Congress, an edited volume that provides accessible versions of recent research on Congress and analysis of congressional politics, or cross-over books that address topics such as gender, race, the media, and interest groups and Congress.

Series editor Janet Box-Steffensmeier has strong interests in legislative politics as well as political behavior and methodology. Her legislative publications include topics of congressional campaign finance, representation and electoral advantage in Congress, legislative success and effectiveness, legislative socialization, position taking, vote choice for members, and a current project on congressional politics of the blue slip.

David Canon is clearly situated in legislative politics as his primary field. He is perhaps best known for his work on race and representation (which concerned behavior in Congress), but he had also has published work on congressional elections, political careers in Congress, congressional leadership, and the evolution of the legislative committee system. His work includes traditional roll call analysis, analysis of speeches, sponsorship and cosponsorship, committee assignments, and congressional leadership.


Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State University
steffensmeier.2@osu.edu

David Canon, University of Wisconsin
dcanon@polisci.wisc.edu

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Series Editors

Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio State University
steffensmeier.2@osu.edu

David Canon, University of Wisconsin
dcanon@polisci.wisc.edu


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