The Legislative Branch

The Legislative Branch

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Contains eighteen essays in which political scientists and scholars of public policy examine the performance of the U.S. Congress as a democratic institution, covering ideals and development, elections and representation, structures and processes, policy and performance, and assessments and prospects.strength may reflect the comparatively modest burdens of taxation and regulation in the American economy. ... One source of poor results in social policy is that the United States bears a far larger burden of national defense than other developed countries a€” a cost of its dominant ... Special tax provisions are costly to implement and they induce investment in otherwise unproductive efforts to avoid taxes.

Title:The Legislative Branch
Author: Paul J. Quirk, Sarah A. Binder
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 2005

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