Beyond ideology : politics, principles, and partisanship in the U.S. Senate / Frances E. Lee.

Argues that partisan battles that threaten the congressional agenda are rooted in competition for power and not over disagreements over the role of the government.

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Main Author: Lee, Frances E.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2009.
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505 0 |a Ties that bind: untangling the roots of congressional partisanship -- Before 'ideology': a conceptual history -- Sources of party conflict: ideological disagreement and teamsmanship -- Dividers, not uniters: presidential leadership and legislative partisanship -- The partisan politics of good government -- Procedural partisanship: intra-party dealmaking and partisan bloc voting -- Agreeing to disagree, or disagreeing to agree: agenda content and rising partisanship -- Beyond ideology: returning to politics -- Appendix A. Coding the presidential agenda status of roll-call votes -- Appendix B. Does party polarization on an issue topic increase the likelihood that presidents will include the issue on their agenda? -- Appendix C. Estimates of multinomial logit model of partisan voting patterns on Senate roll-call votes, 1981-2004. 
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