GOVERNMENT NOTES - POLITICAL SYSTEM CONGRESS IS THE...

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GOVERNMENT NOTES FEDERATION vs. CONFEDERATION vs. UNITARY ARTICLE 1 SECTION 8 -Elastic Clause (necessary & proper clause) -Commerce Clause TOWARD STRONGER NATIONAL GOVERNMENT PROGRESSIVE ERA NEW DEAL ERA GREAT SOCIETY ERA FEDERAL FUNDING GRANTS- IN- AID CATEGORICAL GRANTS REVENUE SHARING BLOCK GRANTS 4 MODELS FOR ANALYZING CONGRESS PORK-BARREL MODEL EXPERTISE MODEL PARTISAN MODEL ELITEST MODEL TYPES OF COMMITTEES STANDING SPECIAL (SELECT) JOINT CONFERENCE 3 RESOURCES ASSIST PRESIDENTS IN DECISION MAKING WHITE HOUSE STAFF EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT THE VICE PRESIDENT CONGRESS’ MAJOR FUNCTIONS
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INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF LATENT INTERESTS IN AMERICAN
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Unformatted text preview: POLITICAL SYSTEM CONGRESS IS THE INFORMATIONAL HUB OF THE GOVERNING SYSTEM OVERSIT OF THE EXECUTIVE BRANCH MAJOR INSTITUTIONAL LOCUS FOR REFINING BOTH POLICIES & GOALS THEY ARE MEANT TO ACHIEVE (LITTLE R REFORM) PRODUCTS OF CONGRESSIONAL LEGISLATING LEGISLATION (BECOMES LAW) JOINT RESOLUTION CONCURRENT RESOLUTION SIMPLE RESOLUTION 4 DIFFERENT CATEGORIES OF COMMITTEES AUTHORIZATION APPROPRIATIONS BUDGETING RULES CONGRESS FACES 3 FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS PROBLEM 1, 2, 3 THEORIES OF CONGRESSIONAL ORGANIZATION DISTRIBUTIVE INFORMATION PARTY CARTEL PRESIDENTIAL MANAGEMENT STYLES COMPETITIVE ADVISORY SYSTEM FORMALISTIC SYSTEM COLLEGIAL SYSTEM...
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2012 for the course GOVT 310L taught by Professor Jessee during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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