|Statement||Richard F. Fenno, Jr|
|LC Classifications||JK1030 .F46 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 306 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||306|
|LC Control Number||2006034954|
Congressional Travels: Places, Connections, and Authenticity Richard Fenno. This engaging new text by renowned author Richard Fenno argues that authenticity– knowing what a representative is like in his district and looking beyond mere roll call voting–contributes significantly to understanding the full body of work done by our members of by: Written in preeminent legislative studies scholar Richard Fenno’s "homespun" story-telling style, Congressional Travels argues that authenticity -- knowing what a representative is like in his/her district and looking beyond mere roll-call voting -- contributes significantly to understanding the full body of work done by our members of Congress.. It further posits that Author: Jr. Richard F. Fenno. Read "Congressional Travels Places, Connections, and Authenticity; Tenth Anniversary Edition, With a New Foreword by Morris P. Fiorina" by Richard F. Fenno, Jr. available from Rakuten Kobo. Written in preeminent legislative studies scholar Richard Brand: Taylor And Francis. Those dual aims converge in Congressional Travels It is fortunate that this tenth anniversary edition provides a chance to re-introduce this book to a new generation of students, professionals―and journalists. Morris P. Fiorina, Stanford University, from the ForewordAuthor: Jr. Richard F. Fenno.
Book Description. Written in preeminent legislative studies scholar Richard Fenno’s "homespun" story-telling style, Congressional Travels argues that authenticity -- knowing what a representative is like in his/her district and looking beyond mere roll-call voting -- contributes significantly to understanding the full body of work done by our members of Congress. What are Foreign Travel Reports? Reports of certain expenditures for all official foreign travel by Members and staff of the U.S. House of Representatives are filed in accordance with the Mutual Security Act of (Title 22 U.S. Code, Chap Section ) and the International Security Assistance Act of On Monday, Paul Singer at USA Today reported new data on the burgeoning practice of congressional foreign travel. According to Singer, federal legislators spent more government funds venturing abroad in than any other year in the past decade, with roughly 40% of the trips costing over $10, each. Genre/Form: Biography Biographies: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fenno, Richard F., Congressional travels. New York: Pearson/Longman, ©
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