While members of Congress may have championed Prohibition laws on the House floor, many of them happily broke the rules in any of the 3,000 speakeasies scattered throughout downtown Washington. And when members needed to restock their personal hooch supply, they turned to one man: George Cassiday. During his time as a booze distributor on […]
Congressional Directory 2014 113th Congress, 2nd Session The 2014 Congressional Directory is now shipping. This comprehensive directory lists members of the US Senate and House of Representatives, complete with color photos and a fold-out map of Capitol Hill. The 2014 Congressional Directory is wire-spiral bound for flat-fold reference and durability.
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Congressional Directory 2014 113th Congress, 2nd Session The 2014 Congressional Directory is available for pre-order – ships April 2014. This comprehensive directory lists members of the US Senate and House of Representatives, complete with color photos and a fold-out map of Capitol Hill. The 2014 Congressional Directory is wire-spiral bound for flat-fold reference and […]
Congressional Operations Briefing: Capitol Hill Workshop – How Congress Works, in Washington, DC, September 17-19, 2014
Congressional Operations Briefing – Capitol Hill Workshop Intensive 3-day Congressional Operations Briefing and Seminar Congressional decision-making is driven by politics, policy and process. This engaging workshop and seminar on legislative operations provides the full Capitol Hill experience as our Washington-based experts focus on these 3 P’s. They discuss the policy-making process and the legislative agenda, […]
Forbidden Citizens Chinese Exclusion and the U.S. Congress – A Legislative History By Martin B. Gold Described as “one of the most vulgar forms of barbarism,” by Rep. John Kasson (R-IA) in 1882, a series of laws passed by the United States Congress between 1879 and 1943 resulted in prohibiting the Chinese as a […]