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    Midterm Elections

    Roger Davidson, Co-Editor, “Encyclopedia of the U.S. Congress” and Professor John Kornacki of Johns Hopkins University, discussed headline news and the midterm elections. They responded to…

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    Republican Control of Congress

    Congressional scholars discussed the impact of Republican control of Congress on congressional institutions and procedures. Christopher Deering, George Washington University Political Science…

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    Congress in the 21st Century

    Participants talked about the possibility for changes in congressional institutions as the body entered the next millennium. They examined congressional behavior patterns, specially created…

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    Congressional Leadership Challenges

    Roger Davidson, Professor of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, talked about challenged to congressional leadership over the past 200 years.

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    Washington Journal: 105th Congress Opening

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes…

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    Washington Journal: Saturday

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers, and legislators; and viewer telephone calls,…

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    House Leadership in Mid-20th Century

    As part of a five-part series, panelists discussed several House leaders who served during the middle part of the 20th century. Professor Champagne examined John Nance Garner, Ms. Young…

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    Corrections Calendar

    Committee members heard testimony concerning “Corrections Day,” which will be days in the House set asided to pass mostly non-controversial legislation to change bothersome federal…

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    Encyclopedia of the U.S. Congress

    Professor Roger Davidson, co-editor of the Encyclopedia of the U.S. Congress, discussed this work which contains segments on Congress, its past and present members, and the issues facing it…

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    House Discharge Petitions

    Representative Inhofe testified concerning his efforts to change the House rules mandating that discharge petitions be confidential and nonbinding. Rep. Inhofe obtained the necessary 218…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    University of Maryland Professor Roger Davidson discussed the July 1, 1993 hearing of the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress, which featured the testimony of former Vice…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    Professor Roger Davidson of the University of Maryland, spoke on the role of Congressional staff and other support agencies, the subject of the June 10 hearing on the reform of Congress…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    Mr. Davidson discussed the June 8, 1993 hearing of the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress which centered around the application of laws to Congress. He spoke on the arguments…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    University of Maryland Professor Roger Davidson spoke on the continuing series of hearings by the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress, focusing mainly on the hearing on floor…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    University of Maryland Professor, Roger Davidson spoke on the congressional committee system, the subject of the second of a series of hearings on the reform of Congress held by the Joint…

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    Congressional Reform Committee Background

    Mr. Davidson spoke on the procedure and progress of the Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress, which has been hearing testimony from members of Congress on congressional reform…

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    Committee Reorganization

    The Joint Committee on the Organization of Congress heard testimony from former legislators and Library of Congress officials on proposals to reform the congressional committee system.

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    1992 Elections: Implications for Governance

    The topic of this second panel of this post-election conference sponsored by the National Academy of Public Administrators focused on the implications that the elections had on the various…

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    Congressional Reorganization, Day 1

    The House Rules committee held a hearing on Congressional Reform where they heard testimony on H.Con.Res. 192, legislation that would create a joint committee on the organization of…

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    Congressional Reform

    The guests discussed the House bank and House post office scandals and how reforms might be implemented.

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