United States Congressional Roll Call Voting Records Series

Investigator(s): Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)

The United States Congressional Roll Call Voting Records Series was developed by ICPSR mainly from the DAILY CONGRESSIONAL RECORD and the Congressional Vote Analysis Collection. ICPSR's holdings begin in 1789 with the first Congress of the United States. Records of all roll call votes in both chambers of the United States Congress from the first through the second session of the 104th Congress are provided in this series. Information is provided for one chamber of a single Congress in each data file. The units of analysis are the individual members of Congress. Each record contains a member's voting action on every roll call vote taken during that Congress, as well as demographic information on them. A related collection, United States Congressional Roll Call Voting Records, 1789-1990: Reformatted Data (ICPSR 9822), provides an updated and reformatted version of ICPSR's roll call collection.

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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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2013
Eguia, Jon X. The origin of parties: The United States Congress in 1789-179 as a test case. Economics and Politics. 25, (3), 313-334.
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2011
Barreyre, Nicolas . The politics of economic crises: The panic of 1873, the end of Reconstruction, and the realignment of American politics. Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era. 10, (4), 403-423.
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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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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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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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2009
Werner, Timothy . Congressmen of the silent south: The persistence of Southern racial liberals, 1949-1964. Journal of Politics. 71, (1), 70-81.
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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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2007
Ye, Lei . U.S. trade policy and the Pacific Rim, from Fordney-McCumber to the Trade Expansion Act of 1962: A political-economic analysis. SIEPR Discussion Paper. 07-01, Stanford, CA: Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research.
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