James Madison rules America [electronic resource] : the constitutional origins of congressional partisanship / William F. Connelly, Jr.
- Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield, c2010.
1 online resource (612 p.)
- United States. Congress -- History.
United States. Congress -- Decision making.
Constitutional law -- United States.
Political culture -- United States -- History.
Politics, Practical -- United States -- History.
Separation of powers -- United States -- History.
United States -- Politics and government.
- Electronic books.
- James Madison Rules America examines congressional party legislative and electoral strategy in the context of our constitutional separation of powers. William Connelly argues that partisanship, polarization and the permanent campaign are an inevitable part of congressional politics. James Madison Rules America is as topical as current debates over partisan polarization and the permanent campaign, while being grounded in two enduring and important schools of thought within political science: pluralism and party government.
- Congressional party strategy
House Democrats: the wilderness years
House Republicans: Newt the anti-federalist?
Woodrow Wilson's Congressional government
Alexis de Tocqueville's Congress
The Federalist revisited
Practical consequences of constitutional principle: the 1790s
Practical consequences of constitutional principle: the 1980s and 1990s
The Constitution governs: partisanship and bipartisanship.
- Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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