- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: Assessing the Impact of Parties in the U.S. Senate
- 2 Electoral Accountability, Party Loyalty, and Roll-Call Voting in the U.S. Senate
- 3 Party and Constituency in the U.S. Senate, 1933–2004
- 4 Scoring the Senate: Scorecards, Parties, and Roll-Call Votes
- 5 The Senate Whip System: An Exploration
- 6 Party Loyalty and Discipline in the Individualistic Senate
- 7 Make Way for the Party: The Rise and Fall of the Senate National Security Committees, 1947–2006
- 8 Agenda Influence and Tabling Motions in the U.S. Senate
- 9 Filibustering and Majority Rule in the Senate: The Contest over Judicial Nominations, 2003–2005
- 10 Minority-Party Power in the Senate and House of Representatives
- 11 Catch-22: Cloture, Energy Policy, and the Limits of Conditional Party Government
- 12 Distributive and Partisan Politics in the U.S. Senate: An Exploration of Earmarks
- Why Not Parties?
- University of Chicago Press
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