Congressional Oversight and the Diversity of Members' Goals
Diana Evans examines congressional oversight of the bureaucracy. She argues that previous approaches to oversight overstate the importance of reelection in Congress members' oversight behavior. She offers an alternative view and demonstrates its usefulness with two case studies.
Cultivating Congress: Constituents, Issues, and Interests in Agricultural Policymaking, William P. Browne Reviewed by Diana Evans
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