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Guide to Congress

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Guide to Congress
ISBN: 9781452235325
Comprehensive, two-volume reference offers a complete institutional history of Congress along with updated insight and analysis on the 2008 and 2010 shifts in power of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Covers all aspects of the U.S. Congress: Origins and Development of Congress, Powers of Congress, Congressional Procedures, and Pressures on Congress

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Index to hearings, committee prints, documents, reports, as well as publications of the Congressional Budget Office and Office of Technology Assessment. Also includes legislative histories of Public Laws. Dewey Library's holdings of congressional publications are recorded in the printed index, 1970-1999.
Print: Dewey Library Reference Index Shelves: Z1221.Z7.C11
Online: ProQuest Congressional

CIS U.S. Congressional Committee Hearings Index, Part VIII, 89th Congress--91st Congress, 1st Session, 1965-1969

Dewey Library's holdings of hearings from this period are recorded in the index. For earlier holdings, consult the Libraries' microfiche catalog.
Print: Dewey Library Reference: KF40.C56 1981, pt.8
Online: ProQuest Congressional

CIS U.S. Serial Set Index, Part XII, 86th Congress-91st Congress, 1st Session, 1959-- 1969

Index to House and Senate reports and documents.
Print: Dewey Library Reference: Z1223.Z9.C65 1975 pt.12
Online: ProQuest Congressional

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Oxford Guide to the US Government

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The Oxford Guide to the United States Government - John J. Patrick; Richard M. Pious; Donald A. Ritchie
ISBN: 9780195142730
The Oxford Guide to the United States Governmentis the ultimate resource for authoritative information on the U.S. Presidency, Congress, and Supreme Court.

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