Contributor biographical information for Term limits and the dismantling of state legislative professionalism / Thad Kousser.
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Thad Kousser joined the UCSD faculty in 2003 after receiving his PhD in 2002 from UC Berkeley. He has previously worked as a legislative aide and committee consultant in the California State Senate and more recently as an aide to US Senator Ron Wyden through the APSA Congressional Fellowship. His publications include work on term limits, reapportionment, campaign finance laws, the blanket primary, health care policy, and European Parliament elections. This book is based on a dissertation that won the APSA's William Anderson Prize in 2003.
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Term limits (Public office) -- United States -- States.
Legislators -- Term of office -- United States -- States.
Legislation -- United States -- States.
Legislative bodies -- United States -- States.