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    Members of Congress can form several types of caucuses, but the most common types align along (1) party platform interests, (2) ethnic or racial concerns, (3) ideological similarities, or (4) the...

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    I would say that partisanship in terms of Congressional voting has become a part of the landscape of national politics. It certainly was a dominant pattern in the last four years. The makeup of...

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    Congress, along with the Presidency and the Courts, is one of the three vital branches of U.S. government, created so no single section or person would have supreme power. In theory, the Executive,...

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