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Congressional Government  (1900) 
by Woodrow Wilson


CONTENTS.

[i. Preface to Fifteenth Edition v
ii. Preface xv]
I. Introductory 1
II. The House of Representatives 58
III. The House of Representatives. Revenue and Supply 130
IV. The Senate 193
V. The Executive 242
VI. Conclusion 294
[Index 335]

CONGRESSIONAL GOVERNMENT

A STUDY IN AMERICAN POLITICS

BY

WOODROW WILSON

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BOSTON AND NEW YORK

HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY

The Riverside Press Cambridge

COPYRIGHT, 1885, 1890 BY WOODROW WILSON

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

To

His Father,

THE PATIENT GUIDE OF HIS YOUTH,

THE GRACIOUS COMPANION OF HIS MANHOOD,

HIS BEST INSTRUCTOR AND MOST LENIENT CRITIC,

This Book

IS AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATED

BY

THE AUTHOR.

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