Congressus Civitatum Foederatarum

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Congressus Civitatum Foederatarum est bicameralis gubernationis foederalis Civitatum Foederatarum potestas legifera, quae in binis domibus, Senatu et Domu Repraesentantium, consistit. Legati Congressionales in Capitolio Vasingtoniae in Districtu Columbiae sito coire solent. Repraesentantes et senatores per electionem rectam eliguntur, sed vacuitates in Senatu per creationem a gubernatore civitatis fungi possunt. Legati plerumque ad factionem Republicanam vel Democraticam pertinent, et rarissime ad factionem tertiam vel ut politici libri. Omni Congressui sunt 535 legati suffragium habentes: 435 repraesentantes et centum senatores.

Legati Domus Repraesentantium spatium magistratus binorum annorum sustinent, quoque legato incolas unius constituentiae repraesentante. Quaeque constituentia, districtus usitate appellata, civitatibus distribuitur per repraesentationem per incolas secundum tabulas Census Civitatum Foederatarum, dummodo cuique civitati sit saltem unus repraesentans congressionalis. Cuique civitati, omissis numeris incolarum et magnitudine geographica, sunt bini senatores; ergo centum senatores quinquaginta civitates hodie repraesentant. Quisque senator in tota eius civitate spatio magistratus senorum annorum eligitur, spatiis imbricatis ut quoque biennio tertia fere pars Senatus eligatur.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bacon, Donald C., Roger H. Davidson, et Morton Keller, eds. 1995. Encyclopedia of the United States Congress. 4 vols. Simon & Schuster.
  • Collier, Christopher, et James Lincoln Collier. 1986. Decision in Philadelphia: The Constitutional Convention of 1787. Ballantine Books. ISBN 0394523466.
  • Davidson, Roger H., and Walter J. Oleszek (2006). Congress and Its Members (10th ed.). Congressional Quarterly (CQ) Press. ISBN 0871873257 
  • English, Ross M. (2003). The United States Congress. Manchester University Press. ISBN 0719063094 
  • Herrnson, Paul S. (2004). Congressional Elections: Campaigning at Home and in Washington. CQ Press 
  • Oleszek, Walter J. (2004). Congressional Procedures and the Policy Process. CQ Press. ISBN 0871874776 
  • Polsby, Nelson W. (2004). How Congress Evolves: Social Bases of Institutional Change. Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195161955 

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Baker, Ross K. 2000. House and Senate. Ed. 3a. Novi Eboraci: W. W. Norton.
  • Barone, Michael, et Richard E. Cohen. 2005. The Almanac of American Politics, 2006.
  • Berg-Andersson, Richard E. 2001. Explanation of the types of Sessions of Congress.
  • Berman, Daniel M. 1964. In Congress Assembled: The Legislative Process in the National Government. Londinii: The Macmillan Company.
  • Bianco, William T. 2000. Congress on Display, Congress at Work. University of Michigan Press.
  • Hamilton, Lee H. 2004. How Congress Works and Why You Should Care. Indiana University Press.
  • Herrick, Rebekah. 2001. Gender effects on job satisfaction in the House of Representatives. Women and Politics 23(4):85–98. DOI 10.1300/J014v23n04_04.
  • Hunt, Richard. 1998. Using the Records of Congress in the Classroom. OAH Magazine of History 12(aestas):34–37. doi:10.1093/maghis/12.4.34.
  • Imbornoni, Ann-Marie, David Johnson, et Elissa Haney. 2005. Famous Firsts by American Women. Infoplease.
  • Lee, Frances, et Bruce Oppenheimer. 1999. Sizing Up the Senate: The Unequal Consequences of Equal Representation. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press.
  • Rimmerman, Craig A. 1990). Teaching Legislative Politics and Policy Making. Political Science Teacher 3(hiems):16–18.
  • Ritchie, Donald A. 2010. The U.S. Congress: A Very Short Introduction.
  • Smith, Steven S., Jason M. Roberts, et Ryan Vander Wielen. 2007. The American Congress. Ed. 5a. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 052119704X.
  • Story, Joseph. 1891. Commentaries on the Constitution of the United States. 2 vols. Bostoniae: Brown & Little.
  • Tarr, David R., et Ann O'Connor. 2003. Congress A to Z. Congressional Quarterly Ed. 4a.
  • Wilson, Woodrow. 1885. Congressional Government. Novi Eboraci: Houghton Mifflin.

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