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Kenneth R. Bowling; Donald R. Kennon, (editor). Neither Separate Nor Equal: Congress in the 1790s. Ohio University Press. 2000. 344pp.

Karen Foerstel; Herbert N. Foerstel. Climbing the Hill: Gender Conflict in Congress. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1996. 201pp.

James Hamilton. The Power to Probe: A Study of Congressional Investigations. Vintage Books. 1977. 333pp.

Robert David Johnson. Congress and the Cold War. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 346pp.

Ronald Kessler. Inside Congress: The Shocking Scandals, Corruption, and Abuse of Power Behind the Scenes on Capitol Hill. Simon and Schuster. 1998. 320pp.

Thomas P. Murphy. The Politics of Congressional Committees: The Power of Seniority. Barron's. 1978. 333pp.

Keith T. Poole; Howard Rosenthal. Congress: A Political-Economic History of Roll Call Voting. Oxford University Press. 1997. 297pp.

Robert Vincent Remini. The House: The History of the House of Representatives. HarperCollins. 2006. 614pp.

Joan Shaffer (editor). Hidden Power: The Seniority System and Other Customs of Congress. Greenwood Press. 1986. 134pp.

Steven S. Smith. Call to Order: Floor Politics in the House and Senate. Brookings Institution Press. 1989. 269pp.

James L. Sundquist. The Decline and Resurgence of Congress. Brookings Institution Press. 1981. 500pp.

James A. Thurber (editor). Rivals for Power: Presidential-Congressional Relations. Rowman & Littlefield. 2006. 333pp.

Dean L. Yarwood. When Congress Makes a Joke: Congressional Humor Then and Now. Rowman & Littlefield. 2004. 161pp.

Julian E. Zelizer. On Capitol Hill: The Struggle to Reform Congress and Its Consequences, 1948-2000. Cambridge University Press. 2006. 376pp.

Julian E. Zelizer (editor). The American Congress: The Building of Democracy. Houghton Mifflin. 2004. 765pp.

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