The Political Process: Executive Bureau-Legislantive Committee Relations

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FOOTNOTES TO THE STUDY

Chapter One
1
Griffith Ernest S.: The Impasse of Democracy, New York, Harrison-Hilton Books, Inc., 1939, p. 182. Quoted in Griffith Ernest S.: Congress: Its Contemporary Role, New York, New York University Press, 1951, pp. 37-38.
2
Truman David B.: The Governmental Process, New York, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., 1951; Bentley Arthur F.: The Process of Government, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1908; Herring E. Pendleton: Group Representation Before Congress, Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1929.
3
Key V. O., Jr.: "Legislative Control", in Morstein-Marx Fritz (ed.), Elements of Public Administration, New York, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1946; Key V. O., Jr.: Politics, Parties, and Pressure Groups, 3rd ed., New York, Thomas Y. Crowell Co., 1952, Chap. XXV.
4
Gross Bertram M.: The Legislative Struggle: A Study in Social Combat, New York, McGraw-Hill Book Co., 1953.
5
Latham Earl: The Group Basis of Politics, Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell University Press, 1952; Bailey Stephen K.: Congress Makes a Law, New York, Columbia University Press, 1950; Riggs Fred W.: Pressures on Congress, New York, King's Crown Press, Columbia University, 1950.
6
Maass Arthur A.: Muddy Waters, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1951; Hardin Charles M.: The Politics of Agriculture, Glencoe, Ill., The Free Press, 1952; Huzar Elias: The Purse and the Sword, Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell University Press, 1950.

Chapter Two
1
For other statements on this topic, see especially Griffith E. S.: Congress: Its Contemporary Role, op. cit. pp. 7, 104-17. See also Wilson Woodrow: Constitutional Government in the United States, New York, Columbia University Press, 1908, pp. 56-57; Key: Politics, Parties, and Pressure Groups, op. cit., p. 739.
2
Committee on Political Parties of the American Political Science Association: Toward a More Responsible Two-Party System, supplement to the American Political Science Review, Vol. 44, No. 3 ( Sept., 1950); Schattschneider E. E. : Party Government, New York, Farrar and Rinehart, Inc., 1942; Truman D. B.: The Governmental Process, op. cit., pp. 270-87.
3
Key: Politics, Parties, and Pressure Groups, op. cit., pp. 349-65.
4
For examples of various reform proposals for the legislative and executive branches as well as for the party system, see Elliot W. Y.: The Need for Constitutional Reform, New York, Whittlesey House, 1935; Corwin Edward S. : The President: Office and Powers, 3rd ed., New York, New York

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