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Contents
List of Contributors	000
List of Equations	000
List of Figures and Tables	000
1.	American Political Geography
David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins	000
Part I	External Influences on Congress
Section 1	Progressive Era
2.	What Did the Direct Primary Do to Party Loyalty in Congress?
Stephen Ansolabehere, Shigeo Hirano, and James M. Snyder Jr.	000
3.	The Effects of Presidential Elections on Party Control of the Senate under Indirect 
and Direct Elections
Erik J. Engstrom and Samuel Kernell	000
4.	The Dynamics of Senate Voting: Ideological Shirking and the 17th Amendment
William Bernhard and Brian R. Sala	000
5.	The Electoral Connection: Career Building and Constituency Representation in 
the U.S. Senate in the Age of Indirect Elections
Wendy J. Schiller	000
6.	The First "Southern Strategy": The Republican Party and Contested-Election 
Cases in the Late 19th-Century House
Jeffery A. Jenkins	000
Section 2	Postwar Period
7.	Explaining the Ideological Polarization of the Congressional Parties since the 
1970s
Gary C. Jacobson		000
8.	One D Is Not Enough: Measuring Conditional Party Government, 1887\-2002
John H. Aldrich, David W. Rohde, and Michael W. Tofias	000
9.	Who Parties? Floor Voting, District Ideology, and Electoral Margins
Brandice Canes-Wrone, Julia Rabinovich, and Craig Volden	000
Part II	Internal Changes in Congress
Section 1	19th-Century Development of Congress
10.	Architect or Tactician? Henry Clay and the Institutional Development of 
the U.S. House of Representatives
Charles Stewart III	000
11.	Committee Composition in the Absence of a Strong Speaker
Chris Den Hartog and Craig Goodman	000
12.	Roll-Call Behavior and Career Advancement: Analyzing Committee 
Assignments from Reconstruction to the New Deal
Craig Goodman and Timothy P. Nokken	000
13.	The Evolution of Agenda-Setting Institutions in Congress: Path 
Dependency in House and Senate Institutional Development
Jason M. Roberts and Steven S. Smith	000
Section 2	Progressive Era
14.	Filibuster Reform in the Senate, 1913\-1917
Gregory Koger	000
15.	Cloture Reform Reconsidered
Gregory J. Wawro and Eric Schickler	000
16.	Candidates, Parties, and the Politics of U.S. House Elections across Time
Jamie L. Carson and Jason M. Roberts	000
17.	Speaker David Henderson and the Partisan Era of the U.S. House
Charles J. Finocchiaro and David W. Rohde	000
Section 3	Postwar Period
18.	The Motion to Recommit in the House: The Creation, Evisceration, and 
Restoration of a Minority Right
Donald R. Wolfensberger	000
19.	The Motion to Recommit in the U.S. House of Representatives
Gary W. Cox, Chris Den Hartog, and Mathew D. McCubbins	000
20.	The Motion to Recommit: More Than an Amendment?
D. Roderick Kiewiet and Kevin Roust	000
21.	An Evolving End Game: Partisan Collusion in Conference Committees, 
1953\-2003
Robert Parks Van Houweling	000
Section 4	Postbellum Trends
22.	Bicameral Resolution in Congress, 1863\-2002
Elizabeth Rybicki	000
23.	The Electoral Disconnection: Roll-Call Behavior in Lame-Duck Sessions of 
the House of Representatives, 1879\-1933
Timothy P. Nokken	000
Part III	Policy
24.	Measuring Significant Legislation, 1877\-1948
Joshua D. Clinton and John S. Lapinksi	000
25.	The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850: An Instrumental Interpretation
Jeffrey Rogers Hummel and Barry R. Weingast	000
26.	Power Rejected: Congress and Bankruptcy in the Early Republic
Erik Berglöf and Howard Rosenthal	000
Afterword
David Brady and Mathew D. McCubbins	000
Notes	000
References	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

United States. Congress -- History.
United States -- Politics and government.