Disjointed Pluralism: Institutional Innovation and the Development of the U.S. Congress

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Index
AEC. See Atomic Energy Commission
Albert, Carl, 229, 233, 239
Aldrich, John, 34, 193, 240, 274–75, 325n.19
Aldrich, Nelson, 28, 40, 54–57, 59, 62–63, 65, 67, 71, 135, 252, 260, 277
Allen, James, 221–22
Allison, William, 28, 54–57, 59, 62–63, 65, 67, 71, 84, 135, 252, 260, 277, 302n.36
American Farm Bureau Federation, 98
Americans for Democratic Action, 180
Anderson, Clinton, 153, 187
Anderson, John, 195, 210
Anderson, Sydney, 118
appropriations, 16, 306n.1; decentralization in Senate of, 59–63, 104, 258, 260, 264; recentralization in House of, 85, 89–93, 257, 261; recentralization in Senate of, 85, 93–94, 96, 252, 257
Appropriations Committee, House, 70, 89–90, 92–93, 118–21, 145–46, 162, 197, 233, 272
Appropriations Committee, Senate, 56, 59–60, 62–63, 93–94, 121, 146, 197, 252
Arrow, Kenneth, 267
Atomic Energy Act of 1946, 150–52, 314n.16
Atomic Energy Commission (AEC), 150–54
Bailey, Joseph, 50
Baker, Howard, 199
Bankhead, William, 183, 310n.47
Barash, Peter, 225, 226
Barden, Graham, 149, 177
Barkley, Alben, 182, 184–85, 317n.56, 318n.64
Bauman, Robert, 202
Begg, James, 124, 310n.49
Bellmon, Henry, 199
Bentsen, Lloyd, 219
Beveridge, Albert, 57
Bilbo, Theodore, 141
Binder, Sarah, 49, 221, 223, 299n.5, 322n.43
Blaine, James, 41
Blanchard, Newton, 60
Bland, Richard, 48
Board of Education. See Bureau of Education
Bolling, Richard, 82, 197, 200, 207, 228– 29, 236, 251, 319n.11
Bolling committee, 200, 201, 202, 319n.11
Borah, William, 97, 134
Brewster, Owen, 142, 181
Bridges, Styles, 142, 147
Brock, William, 204–5, 210, 219, 251, 321n.38
Brookhart, Smith, 129–30
Bryan, William Jennings, 48, 68
Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, 90
Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974, 7, 16, 189–90, 194–200, 212, 223–24, 246, 253, 257. See also impoundments
Budget Committee, House, 195, 197, 200
Budget Committee, Senate, 195, 197, 199
Bureau of Education, 123–24, 133
Burkett, Elmer, 96
Burleson, Albert, 76
Burton, Phillip, 225–26, 251
Butterworth, Benjamin, 35, 37
Bynum, William, 45, 46
Byrd, Harry, 155, 315n.25
Byrd, Robert, 163, 197, 198, 208, 223
Byrnes, James, 159, 172
Campbell, Philip, 103
Cannon, Howard, 218
Cannon, Joseph, 8, 17, 24, 27, 65–67, 83, 115–16, 119, 122–23, 131, 133, 189, 240–41, 295n.10, 300n.15, 303 nn. 49, 54, and 55, 304 nn. 61 and 62, 305 nn.66, 71, and 75, 306n.77, 324n.4; centralization under, 31, 67–71, 193, 250–51, 254, 259. See also rules reforms, House: of 1909; rules reforms, House: of 1910.

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