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

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1.1. Summary of Collective Interests 6
2.1. Summary of Collective Interests Associated with Institutional Changes, 1890–1910 29
2.2. Ordinary Least Squares Analysis of Votes on Senate Appropriations Decentralization, 1896 61
2.3. Logit Analysis of Roll Call Votes on House Rules Reforms, 1909 and 1910 73
3.1. Summary of Collective Interests Associated with Institutional Changes, 1919–1932 87
3.2. Logit Analysis of Roll Call Vote on Special Rule Providing for Consideration of Appropriations Recentralization in House, 1920 91
3.3. Logit Analysis of Rules Reform Votes, 1924 and 1925 105
4.1. Summary of Collective Interests Associated with Institutional Changes, 1937–1952 138
4.2. Logit Analysis of Votes to Authorize Selected Investigations 158
4.3. Logit Analysis of Votes on 21-Day Rule, 1949–1951 176
5.1. Summary of Collective Interests Associated with Institutional Changes, 1970–1989 191
5.2. Logit Analysis of Selected Senate Votes on Institutional Changes, 1973–1977 206
6.1. Number of Changes in Each Period Motivated Primarily by Each Collective Interest 256
6.2. Combinations of Interests That Occur in Each Period 265
A.1. Sources Used in Case Selection 278
B.1. Votes Pertaining to Institutional Changes, 1890–1910 281
B.2. Votes Pertaining to Institutional Changes, 1919–1932 284
B.3. Votes Pertaining to Institutional Changes, 1937–1952 285
B.4. Selected Votes Pertaining to Institutional Changes, 1970–1989 288

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