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1. Does the U.S. Congress Respond to Public Opinion on Trade?

2. Hawks versus Doves: Who Leads American Foreign Policy in the US Congress?

3. Congressional Approval and Responsible Party Government: The Role of Partisanship and Ideology in Citizen Assessments of the Contemporary U.S. Congress.

5. 'I just need a yes or no': Managing resistant responses in U.S. Senate hearings.

6. Out-of-State Donors and Nationalized Politics in U.S. Senate Elections.

7. Conducting Interview Projects in the US Congress: Analyzing the Methods of Experts in the Field.

8. Vacancies among appointees in U.S. federal agencies: Implications for employee attitudes and intentions.

9. Sino-U.S. Decoupling: The Roles of U.S. Congress.

10. The Speaker Election in the 118th Congress: A Procedural Review.

11. The Partisan Dimensions of Earmarking in the U.S. House of Representatives.

12. The House Freedom Caucus, Kevin McCarthy's Race for Speaker, and the Fate of Rules Reform in the 118th Congress.

15. After Dobbs: The Partisan and Gender Dynamics of Legislating on Abortion in Congress.

17. CONCERNING UNITED STATES CONSTITUTIONAL WAR POWERS.

18. Short of a Full House: The Increasing Length of Vacancies in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1997-2021.

20. Southern Republicans in Congress during the pre-Reagan era: An exploration.

21. Symbols of the Struggle: Descriptive Representation and Issue-Based Symbolism in US House Speeches.

22. Representation and reward: the left-wing anti-globalization alliance, contributions, and the congress.

23. The Filibuster and Legislative Discussion.

24. Abstentions and Social Networks in Congress.

25. “Scientific Ammunition to Fire at Congress”: Intelligence, Reparations, and the U.S. Army Air Forces, 1944–1947.

26. Interpersonal Relationships and Legislative Collaboration in Congress.

27. Arbitration and Federal Reform: Recalibrating the Separation of Powers Between Congress and the Court.

28. Interview with Georgette Magassy Dorn: Around the World with the US Library of Congress.

29. The Effects of Targeted Campaign Messages on Candidate Evaluations.

30. A HOUSE DECAYING: RE-EMPOWERING THE LEGISLATURE AND MAKING CONGRESS GREAT AGAIN.

31. Who votes for free trade and when? Geopolitics as the source of legislative preferences on free trade agreements.

32. Does Familiarity Breed Esteem? A Field Experiment on Emergent Attitudes Toward Members of Congress.

33. EXECUTIVE SECRECY: CONGRESS, THE PEOPLE, AND THE COURTS.

34. See G.I. Jane Run: The Rise of Female Military Veteran Candidates for Congress.

35. THE NATIONAL SECURITY CONSEQUENCES OF THE MAJOR QUESTIONS DOCTRINE.

36. Party Messaging in the U.S. House of Representatives.

37. On the robustness of democratic electoral processes to computational propaganda.

38. Elevated serum fibrinogen levels in Chinese patients with minor recurrent aphthous stomatitis: An observational study.

39. How Are Politicians Informed? Witnesses and Information Provision in Congress.

40. What Shapes Taiwan-related Legislation in U.S. Congress?

41. The year of the missing woman: an analysis of women as sources and subjects in 2018 midterm campaign coverage by Texas newspapers.

42. THE FALSE PROMISE OF JURISDICTION STRIPPING.

43. More than Mere Access: An Experiment on Moneyed Interests, Information Provision, and Legislative Action in Congress.

44. Elections and Policy Responsiveness: Evidence from Environmental Voting in the U.S. Congress.

45. Critical Mass Claims and Ideological Divides Among Women in the U.S. House of Representatives.

46. Dueling incumbent primaries in U.S. House elections.

47. What Explains a Representative's Staffing "Style"? Exploring the Relationship between Congressional Staffing Decisions and Electoral Considerations.

48. Decentralized legislative oversight of bureaucratic policy making.

50. Different policies, different voices: gender and legislative coordination in the United States Congress.

51. Gift Travel in the U.S. House of Representatives.

52. Using Computer Simulations to Measure the Effect of Gerrymandering on Electoral Competition in the U.S. Congress.

53. U.S. Hegemony in Latin America: The Southern Command as an Instrument of Consensus and Coercion.

54. Determinants of Confidence in U.S. Institutions: Comparing Congress and Corporations.

55. Still the Same? Revealed Preferences and Ideological Self-Perception Among Former Members of Congress.

56. Kongres Stanów Zjednoczonych Ameryki wobec utworzenia Sił Kosmicznych jako odrębnego rodzaju wojsk.

57. Legislative Gridlock and Policymaking Through the Appropriations Process.

58. CHALLENGING CONGRESS'S SINGLE-MEMBER DISTRICT MANDATE FOR U.S. HOUSE ELECTIONS ON POLITICAL ASSOCIATION GROUNDS.

59. FOLLOWING THE SCIENCE: JUDICIAL REVIEW OF CLIMATE SCIENCE.

60. Polarization and multiscale structural balance in signed networks.

61. A unified approach of detecting phase transition in time-varying complex networks.

62. Talk Local to Me: Assessing the Heterogenous Effects of Localistic Appeals.

63. RISING ABOVE LIABILITY: THE DIGITAL SERVICES ACT AS A BLUEPRINT FOR THE SECOND GENERATION OF GLOBAL INTERNET RULES.

65. Social scientists' testimony before Congress in the United States between 1946-2016, trends from a new dataset.

66. Vandenberg Vanished: US Congress and the Politicisation of Military Interventions.

67. The Electoral Impact of Military Experience: Evidence From U.S. Senate Elections (1982–2016).

68. A Catwalk to Congress? Appearance-Based Effects in the Elections to the U.S. House of Representatives 2016.

69. Income Inequality and Ideological Positions in the U.S. Congress.

70. Oscar Stanton DePriest: Republican Politics, the Strategy of Nonpartisanship, and the Struggle for Civil Rights.

71. Why delegate to the IMF? Congressional preference and blame avoidance.

72. Congressional Bargaining and the Distribution of Grants.

73. To Promote Innovation, Congress Should Abolish The Supreme Court Created Exceptions to 35 U.S. Code §101.

74. Electoral rewards for political grandstanding.

75. The intersection of race and party: voter perceptions and candidate selection in U.S. Senate elections.

76. No Balance, No Problem: Evidence of Partisan Voting in the 2021 Georgia U.S. Senate Runoffs.

77. House Republicans were rewarded for supporting Donald Trump's 'stop the steal' efforts.

79. A Bayesian spatial voting model to characterize the legislative behavior of the Colombian Senate 2010-2014.

80. The influence of radial extracorporeal shock wave therapy on shoulder pain and structural abnormalities in stroke patients.

81. How Do General Election Incentives Affect the Visible and Invisible Primary?

82. Validity of an Artificial Intelligence-Based Application to Identify Foods and Estimate Energy Intake Among Adults: A Pilot Study.

83. Strengthening Indonesia's Regional Representative Council Through Judicial Review by the Constitutional Court.

84. Exploring the Relationship between Federal Reform and the Representation of the People: The Case of the Belgian House of Representatives.

85. The Book of Revolt and the House of Rejection: On Neoliberalism and the Constitutional Process in Chile, 2019–2022.

86. Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery Modelling for AccuRate Home—A Benchmark Tool for Whole House Energy Rating in Australia.

87. "The worker deserves his wages"? Religion and support for organized labor in the U.S. Senate.

88. From political science to politicizing science? A study of the discipline’s presence in the debates of the United States Congress, 1981–2021.

89. "A Free-Range Chicken that Can Run Wherever the Majority Wants It To": Budget Reconciliation and the Contemporary U.S. Senate.

91. Women's Underrepresentation in the U.S. Congress.

92. BLOCKCHAIN SAFE HARBOR? APPLYING THE LESSONS LEARNED FROM EARLY INTERNET REGULATION.

93. The Trump Impeachments: Lessons for the Constitution, Presidents, Congress, Justice, Lawyers, and the Public.

94. Analyzing and visualizing polarization and balance with signed networks: the U.S. Congress case study.

95. Gender Neutrality Made Easy and Constitutional: Why We Call Members of the House "Congressman" and "Congresswoman," and Why We Should Not.

96. Creating the executive budget process: What was Congress thinking?

97. King Mob and Contempt of Congress.

98. "Servants not Soldiers": The Origins of Slavery in the United States Army, 1797–1816.

99. Exploring the Use of Digitally Archived Folk Music to Teach Southern United States History.

100. The Power of Equality? Polarization and Collective Mis-representation on Gay Rights in Congress, 1989–2019.

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