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Political activist for 40 years, currently working on the Ralph Nader presidential campaign. Professor of political science for 26 years.
American Association of Political Consultants, American Political Science Association, International Political Science Association, Caucus for a New Political Science, International Political Science Association, National Society for Experiential Education
Polity, Policy Studies Journal, Journal of Politics, Legislative Studies Journal, author of Unequal Struggle: Class, Gender, Race, and Power in the US Congress (Westview Press, 1994).
PhD Harvard University 1975
MA Harvard University 1973
BA with Honors University of Wisconsin 1964
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By law, members of the House of Representatives are elected from single-member districts. Thus the number of districts is equal to the number of representatives automatically. The Constitution would
Dear James, The short answer is "no." A member of Congress can be removed from office -- but only BY Congress, and that just is not going to happen in this case. In addition, while one might well
Dear Richard, I'm sorry, but I don't think I can take this any further. If you read the Congressional Record, or look through the texts of various rules, you will find many instances where points of
Dear Richard, Like so much else, partly this is a matter of convention. The points of order that are waived are those about the bill -- whether it was introduced long enough in advance, whether it is
Dear Richard, I apologize for my delay in answering, I couldn't get to this yesterday. As for your question, I can only give you a general answer -- I have not been following the budget debate in