Gridlock

Gridlock is the natural gift the Framers of the Constitution gave us so that the country would not be subjected to policy swings resulting from the whimsy of the public. And the competition – whether multi-branch, multi-level, or multi-house – is important to those checks and balances and to our ongoing kind of centrist government.

Bill Frenzel, Guest Scholar, Economic Studies, The Brookings Institution (Congressman for the 3rd District of Minnesota from 1971-1991)

Training

Congressional Deskbook 2005-2007, by Judy Schneider and Michael L. Koempel
Congressional Deskbook 2005-2007, by Judy Schneider and Michael L. Koempel

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