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1. A Government of the People, by the People, for the People? Revisiting Term Limits for Congress and U.S. Term Limits v. Thornton.

2. Pan-Americanism in dispute. U.S. leaders, Bolívar, and San Martín in the centenaries of the Monroe Doctrine and the Amphictyonic Congress of Panama (1923-1926).

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

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

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

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

7. Toward a theory of minority-party influence in the U.S. Congress: whip counts, amendment votes, and minority leverage in the house.

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

9. King Mob and Contempt of Congress.

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

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

13. The Preference for Reciprocity in Congress.

14. Dynamic lobbying: Evidence from foreign lobbying in the U.S. Congress.

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

16. How Does the Rising Number of Women in the U.S. Congress Change Deliberation? Evidence from House Committee Hearings.

17. PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, DESTROYER OF WORLDS: CONSIDERING CONGRESS'S AUTHORITY TO ENACT A NUCLEAR NO-FIRST-USE LAW.

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

19. THE PRESERVATION OF THE SEPARATE SPHERES DOCTRINE IN CONGRESS AND THE FEDERAL COURTS.

20. Populism, democracy, and the post‐2020 Republican Party in Congress.

21. 2022: A Supreme Year for Arbitration Decisions, and Congress Amends the FAA.

22. WHISTLE WHILE YOU (RE)WORK IT: CONGRESS'S DUTY TO AMEND THE ESPIONAGE ACT OF 1917.

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

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

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

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

28. Insurrection, Disqualification, and the Presidency.

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

31. Who Gets Covered? Ideological Extremity and News Coverage of Members of the U.S. Congress, 1993 to 2013.

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

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

34. HOUSE RULES: CONGRESS AND THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE.

35. Kontrola tajnych operacji wywiadu przez Kongres Stanów Zjednoczonych Ameryki.

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

38. The People's Branch: The U.S. Congress and the Democratic State.

39. WHEN GATEKEEPING WORKS: THE IMPACT OF RESTRICTIVE RULES IN THE 117TH CONGRESS.

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

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

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

43. Voice in an asymmetric federation? The U.S. territories as intergovernmental actors.

44. The lure of the private sector: career prospects affect selection out of Congress.

45. Understanding Higher Education Bill Success in the United States Congress.

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

47. How Congress Might Slow the Growth of Social Security Benefits.

49. SACKETT V. U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY: “WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES” DEFINED BY 0.63 ACRES.

50. Partisanship and Permanence: How Congress Contested the Origins of the Interstate Highway System and the Future of American Infrastructure.

51. 'Time to Wake Up': Climate change advocacy in a polarized Congress, 1996-2015.

52. Opposing the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty in the U.S. Congress: Ideological analysis of Senate Armed Services and Foreign Relations Committee Hearings.

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

54. Hamilton Based the Central Banking of the U.S. Bank upon the Notion that there is No Political Independence without Economic Independence.

55. Does Corruption Follow Opportunity? A Study of the U.S. Congress.

56. Gender Differences in Cooperative Environments? Evidence from The U.S. Congress.

57. MODERNIZING U.S. TAX CODE SECTION 280E: HOW AN OUTDATED "WAR ON DRUGS" TAX LAW IS FAIUING THE UNITED STATES LEGAU CANNABIS INDUSTRY AND WHAT CONGRESS CAN DO TO FIX IT.

58. Congress and Community: Coresidence and Social Influence in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1801–1861.

59. Companion Bills and Cross-Chamber Collaboration in the U.S. Congress.

60. The Missing Fingerprints: U.S. Women Legislators and International Development Aid.

62. Derivative Foreign Relations Law.

63. Legislative responses to shared executive authority: How the prospects for executive branch coordination affect congressional budgetary authority under separated powers.

64. Get Out of the Way: Joe Biden, the U.S. Congress, and Executive-Centered Partisanship During the President's First Year in Office.

67. Partisan Differences in the Sharing of Low-Quality News Sources by U.S Political Elites.

69. Senators at Home: Local Attentiveness and Policy Representation in Congress.

70. The amendment of the U.S. stock act and the prices of stocks most held by congress.

71. INTEGRATING INTERFERENCE THEORY.

72. Does Malapportionment Favor the Republican Party?: An Analysis of US Senate Elections and the Electoral College.

73. The Vesting Clauses and Foreign Affairs.

74. A Policy Mapping Analysis of the U.S. Congressional Approach to Medical Aid-in-Dying.

75. Veto Threat Bargaining with a Bicameral Congress.

77. Dwukrotny impeachment prezydenta Donalda Trumpa jako precedens w historii Stanów Zjednoczonych Ameryki.

78. US Congress and partisanship on Yemen among Democrats from Obama to Trump.

79. To act or not to act. Debating the climate change agenda in the United States Congress.

80. Was Donald Trump an Effective Leader of Congress?

81. Congress and the Political Economy of the National Endowment for the Arts.

82. CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-ELEVENTH CIRCUIT APPELLATE COURT RESTRICTS CONGRESS'S COMMERCE CLAUSE POWERS OVER ECONOMIC ACTIVITY ON FOREIGN WATERS-UNITED STATES V. DAVILA-MENDOZA, 972 F.3D 1264 (11TH CIR. 2020).

83. DACA'S MAJOR QUESTIONS EXCEPTION.

84. The End of an Era: The Uncertain Future of Section 230 Immunity for Social Media Platforms.

85. The administrative politics of unilateral action: Measuring delegation and discretion in the executive branch.

86. A Path for Moving Forward with Local Changes to the Library of Congress Subject Heading "Illegal Aliens".

87. STANDING IN THE SHADOW OF CONGRESS.

88. Islets Transplantation at a Crossroads - Need for Urgent Regulatory Update in the United States: Perspective Presented During the Scientific Sessions 2021 at the American Diabetes Association Congress.

89. Women running the party and women running for Congress: An examination of state party diversity and candidate emergence in the 2018 midterm elections.

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

92. United States v. Greenfield: A Triumph of the Fifth Amendment's Act of Production Privilege; or Confirmation that the Privilege Can Be Entirely Abrogated by Any Act of Congress, or Even by a Treasury Regulation?

93. The impacts of trade‐related international intellectual property rights on domestic legislative debates: Evidence from the 104th to the 112th U.S. Congresses.

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

95. Media Attention and Strategic Timing in Politics: Evidence from U.S. Presidential Executive Orders.

96. How we (should?) study Congress and history.

97. CONGRESS IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE.

98. Generational Change And the Allocation of Staff In the U.S. Congress.

99. Reducing Unequal Representation: The Impact of Labor Unions on Legislative Responsiveness in the U.S. Congress.

100. Partisan Intensity in Congress: Evidence from Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court Nomination.

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