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  1. NázevFilibuster : obstruction and lawmaking in the U.S. Senate / Gregory J. Wawro and Eric Schickler
    Autor Wawro, Gregory J. (John) 1968- (Autor)
    Další autoři Schickler, Eric, 1969- (Autor)
    NakladatelPrinceton ; Oxford : Princeton University Press, c2006
    Rozsahxiii, 308 s. : il. ; 24 cm
    Země vyd.Spojené státy americké ; Velká Británie
    Jazyk dok.Angličtina
    Edice Princeton Studies in American Politics: historical, international and comparative perspectives
    PoznámkyObsah: Introduction--Obstruction in theoretical context--The mutability of senate rules--Where's the pivot?--Dilatory motions and the success of obstruction--Obstruction and the tariff--Slavery and obstruction in the antebellum senate--Obstruction and institutional change--Cloture reform reconsidered--The impact of cloture on the appropriations process--Conclusion
    Obsahuje bibliografické odkazy, bibliografii a rejstřík
    AnotaceParliamentary obstruction, popularly known as the "filibuster," has been a defining feature of the U.S. Senate throughout its history. In this book, Gregory J. Wawro and Eric Schickler explain how the Senate managed to satisfy its lawmaking role during the nineteenth and early twentieth century, when it lacked seemingly essential formal rules for governing debate. What prevented the Senate from self-destructing during this time? The authors argue that in a system where filibusters played out as wars of attrition, the threat of rule changes prevented the institution from devolving into parliamentary chaos. They show that institutional patterns of behavior induced by inherited rules did not render Senate rules immune from fundamental changes. The authors' theoretical arguments are supported through a combination of extensive quantitative and case-study analysis, which spans a broad swath of history. They consider how changes in the larger institutional and political context - such as the expansion of the country and the move to direct election of senators - led to changes in the Senate regarding debate rules. They further investigate the impact these changes had on the functioning of the Senate. The book concludes with a discussion relating battles over obstruction in the Senate's past to recent conflicts over judicial nominations.
    Výrazy tezauru Spojené státy * horní komora * národní parlament * jednací řád parlamentu * parlamentní rozprava * politická opozice * legislativa * 19. století * 1. polovina 20. století
    Klasifikační znaky0426 - Práce parlamentu
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    URLFilibuster (náhled do publikace / Google Books)
    Druh dok.Studie
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