History of the House of Representatives

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Acknowledgments
THE AUTHOR DESIRES to express his sincere gratitude to several persons who assisted him in the preparation of this book: to Hon. Richard Bolling, Member of Congress from Missouri, who first inspired the work; to Dr. Hugh L. Elsbree, Director of the Legislative Reference Service in the Library of Congress, who read the entire manuscript and made many valuable editorial suggestions; to Mr. D. B. Hardeman, Research Assistant to the Speaker, who did likewise; and to the following political scientists who read particular chapters and made helpful suggestions for their improvement: Prof. Stephen K. Bailey, Dean of the Maxwell Graduate School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University; Prof. Clarence A. Berdahl, University of Southern Illinois; Prof. Hugh A. Bone, University of Washington; Dr. Kurt Borchardt, professional staff member, Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, U.S. House of Representatives; Prof. Paul T. David, University of Virginia; Dean Ernest S. Griffith, School of International Service, American University; Dr. Floyd M. Riddick, Assistant Parliamentarian, U.S. Senate; Dr. George Smith, Shelton, Connecticut; and Dr. Charles J. Zinn, Law Revision Counsel, Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives.Grateful acknowledgment is also made to the American Historical Review for permission to reprint the article which appears herein as Chapter 6; and to the Western Political Quarterly for permission to reprint the articles which appear herein as Chapters 2 and 7.The author also acknowledges with thanks permission received from the following publishers and authors to quote brief passages from their indicated published works:
American Political Science Review. Article by Richard E. Neustadt, December, 1955.
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Article by Dorothy B. Goebel, September, 1953.
Current History. Article by Allan Nevins, July, 1932.

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