Covers all aspects of the U.S. Congress divided into eight subject areas: origins and development; powers; procedures; pressures; housing and support; pay and perquisites; Congress and the electorate; and qualifications and conduct.
1945 - 2020 (online)
1945 - 2018 (print)
Summarizes and analyzes the most important legislation taken up by Congress in each congressional session. Appendixes include vote studies, key votes, texts, listing of public laws, and roll call votes.
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