The Future of the House Republicans
William F. Connelly, Jr., and JOHN J PITNEY, JR. find that House Republicans are becoming more confrontational though not necessarily more conservative. They argue that the strategic environment of the 1994 midterm election may be moving in the GOP's favor and also speculate that large Republican gains in 1994 would bring them costs as well as benefits.
Turning Right in the Sixties: The Conservative Capture of the GOP, Mary C. Brennan Reviewed by John J. Pitney, Jr.
Parties and Leaders in the Postreform House, David W. Rhode Reviewed by William F. Connelly, Jr.
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