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Subject: Congress and the appropriation process
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Asked by: empiricist2-ga
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Posted: 03 Mar 2005 10:00 PST
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Question ID: 484080
Please give me th ecitation, I am most interested in their initials
and in the pages numbers of the article.

Kiewiet, D. R., & McCubbins, M. D. (1991). The logic of delegation:
Congressional parties and the appropriations process. Chicago:
University of Chicago Press.

Request for Question Clarification by markj-ga on 03 Mar 2005 10:36 PST
empiricist2 --

The work is a book, not an article, so I don't understand your
reference to "page numbers."  Under the circumstances, would you be
fully satisfied with the full names of the authors?  If not, what else
do you need?


Clarification of Question by empiricist2-ga on 03 Mar 2005 21:22 PST
re 484080  I am all set.  Put me to the rating box.  Bill me.
Subject: Re: Congress and the appropriation process
Answered By: markj-ga on 04 Mar 2005 03:18 PST
empiricist2 --

I'm glad that your needs have been met.  In order to make the answer
"official," I must post the responsive information here in the answer
box.  So here are the full names of the authors of "The Logic of
Delegation: Congressional Parties and the Appropriations Process,"
along with a link to more information about the book:

D. Roderick Kiewiet 
Mathew D. McCubbins

University of Chicago Press 

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kiewiet mccubbins

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