DOI: 10.2202/1540-8884.1313
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Abstract: This article argues a central change in the composition of the American state has taken place in Congress. Since the volatile 1960s, Congress has undergone two periods of reform—one in the 1970s and another in the 1990s—that resulted in profound changes to the institution. Congress also underwent significant changes as a result of developments in external institutions and in the electorate.

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