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2013
Bailey, Martha J.,  Duquette, Nicolas J. How Johnson fought the war on poverty: The economics and politics of funding at the office of economic opportunity. Research Paper. 11/22/2013, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan.
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2010
Hooks, Gregory,  McQueen, Brian . American exceptionalism revisited: The military-industrial complex, racial tension, and the underdeveloped welfare state. American Sociological Review. 75, (2), 185-204.
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2010
Aghion, Philippe,  Dewatripont, Mathias,  Hoxby, Caroline,  Mas-Colell, Andreu,  Sapir, Andre . The governance and performance of universities: Evidence from Europe and the U.S.. Economic Policy. 25, (61), 7-59.
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2009
Aghion, Philippe,  Boustan, Leah,  Hoxby, Caroline,  Vandenussche, Jerome . The causal impact of education on economic growth: Evidence from the United States. Brookings Paper on Economic Activity. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
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2008
Finocchiaro, Charles J.,  Jenkins, Jeffery A. In search of killer amendments in the modern U.S. House. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 33, (2), 263-294.
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2007
Lebo, Matthew J.,  McGlynn, Adam J.,  Koger, Gregory . Strategic party government: Party influence in congress, 1789-2000. American Journal of Political Science. 51, (3), 464-481.
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2006
Epstein, Lee,  Lindstadt, Rene,  Segal, Jeffrey A.,  Westerland, Chad . The changing dynamics of Senate voting on Supreme Court nominees. Journal of Politics. 68, (2), 296-307.
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2005
Roberts, Jason M. Minority rights and majority power: Conditional party government and the motion to recommit in the house. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 30, (2), 219-234.
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2004
Lee, David S.,  Moretti, Enrico,  Butler, Matthew J. Do voters affect or elect policies? Evidence from the U.S. House. Quarterly Journal of Economics. 119, (3), 807-859.
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2004
Wood, B. Dan,  Bohte, John . Transaction costs and the politics of administrative design. Journal of Politics. 66, (1), 176-202.
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2004
Burden, Barry C.,  Frisby, Tammy M. Preferences, partisanship, and whip activity in the U.S. House of Representatives. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 29, (4), 569-590.
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2003
Snyder, James M. Jr.,  Ting, Michael M. Roll calls, party labels, and elections. Political Analysis. 11, (4), 419-444.
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2002
Leighton, Wayne A.,  Lopez, Edward J. Committee assignments and the cost of party loyalty. Political Research Quarterly. 55, (1), 59-90.
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2001
Berard, Stanley P. Southern Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press.
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2001
Martin, Andrew D. Congressional decision making and the separation of powers. American Political Science Review. 95, (2), 361-378.
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2001
Wawro, Gregory . A panel probit analysis of campaign contributions and roll-call votes. American Journal of Political Science. 45, (3), 563-579.
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2000
Amenta, Edwin,  Halfmann, Drew . Wage wars: Institutional politics, WPA wages, and the struggle for U.S. social policy. American Sociological Review. 65, (4), 506-528.
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2000
Rothenberg, Lawrence S.,  Sanders, Mitchell S. Severing the electoral connection: Shirking in the contemporary congress. American Journal of Political Science. 44, (2), 316-325.
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2000
Smith, Troy E. Presidential power vs. congressional time: Legislative history in the first Congress of the Civil War. Congress and the Presidency. 27, (2), 149-162.
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2000
Snyder, James M., Jr.,  Groseclose, Tim . Estimating party influence in congressional roll-call voting. American Journal of Political Science. 44, (2), 193-211.
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1999
Cronin, Patrick,  Fordham, Benjamin O. Timeless principles or today's fashion? Testing the stability of the linkage between ideology and foreign policy in the Senate. Journal of Politics. 61, (4), 967-998.
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1999
Fastnow, Chris,  Grant, J. Tobin,  Rudolph, Thomas J. Holy Roll Calls: Religious Tradition and Voting Behavior in the U.S. House. Social Science Quarterly. 80, (4), 687-701.
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1999
Forgette, Richard,  Sala, Brian R. Conditional party government and member turnout on Senate recorded votes, 1873-1935. Journal of Politics. 61, (2), 467-484.
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1999
Gerring, John . Does party ideology matter? A roll-call analysis of key congressional votes, 1833-1992. Journal of Policy History. 11, (4), 399-432.
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1999
Gill, Jeff,  Thurber, James A. Congressional tightwads and spendthrifts: Measuring fiscal behavior in the changing House of Representatives. Political Research Quarterly. 52, (2), 387-402.
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