Reviews and Podcasts: Imprint of Congress


People love to hate Congress.  This new book reminds us why we should treasure it. (Eric Patashnik.  Washington Post Monkey Cage, April 29, 2017)

Congress in the large. (Peter Schuck.  The New Rambler: An online review of books, July 24, 2017)

In this short volume, David R. Mayhew assesses the performance of American governing institutions throughout U.S. history. (Frances E. Lee.  Political Science Quarterly) 133:2 (2018), 355-56)

Review of The Imprint of Congress (Nicol Rae.  The Forum: A Journal of Applied Research in Contemporary Politics) 15:4 (December 2017), 783-84

Books about Congress typically compare the existing institution to a procedural ideal.  (The Difference Congress Makes (Christopher DeMuth Claremont Review of Books), Summer 2018, 20-25.)

Stimson – Danish review

Review, — John D. Griffin, University of Colorado Boulder.

Review – Burdett A. Loomis, University of Kansas


New Books In Political Science

Law and Liberty: Can Congress Govern?  A Conversation with David Mayhew.