CONGRESSIONAL RECORD PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE 107TH CONGRESS FIRST SESSION VOL 147 PART 12

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Congressional Record

Author : United States. Congress
ISBN : STANFORD:36105211283382
Genre : Law
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The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
Category: Law

Congressional Record Bound Volumes

Author : Congress
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Genre : Law
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The Congressional Record contains the proceedings and debates of each Congressional session in the House of Representatives and the Senate. Arranged in calendar order, each volume includes the exact text of everything that was said and includes members' remarks.
Category: Law

Economic Impacts Of The Kyoto Protocol

Author : Frank Murkowski
ISBN : 9780756701437
Genre : Climatic changes
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Hearing held on the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, in which the administration agreed to legally binding obligations to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions to 7% below 1990 levels during the years 2008 to 2011. Witnesses: Sen. Daniel Akaka, Evan Bayh, Jeff Bingaman, Jim Bunning, Conrad Burns, Larry Craig, Peter Fitzgerald, Bob Graham, Chuck Hagel, Mary Landrieu, Blanche Lincoln, Frank Murkowski, & Craig Thomas; Jay Hakes, Admin., U.S. Energy Info. Admin.; Mary Novak, Energy Service, WEFA, Inc., Burlington, MA; Cecil Roberts, United Mine Workers of America; Margo Thorning, Amer. Council for Capital Formation; & Janet Yellen, Council of Economic Advisers.
Category: Climatic changes

The 9 11 Commission Report

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ISBN : 9780160891809
Genre : Political Science
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This edition has been designated as the only official U.S. Government edition of the 9-11 Commission’s Final Report. It provides a full and complete account of the circumstances surrounding the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks, including preparedness for and the immediate response to the attacks. It also includes recommendations designed to guard against future attacks.
Category: Political Science

Preventive Defense

Author : Ashton B. Carter
ISBN : 0815791003
Genre : Political Science
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William J. Perry and Ashton B. Carter, two of the world's foremost defense authorities, draw on their experience as leaders of the U.S. Defense Department to propose a new American security strategy for the twenty-first century. After a century in which aggression had to be defeated in two world wars and then deterred through a prolonged cold war, the authors argue for a strategy centered on prevention. Now that the cold war is over, it is necessary to rethink the risks to U.S. security. The A list--threats to U.S. survival--is empty today. The B list--the two major regional contingencies in the Persian Gulf and on the Korean peninsula that dominate Pentagon planning and budgeting--pose imminent threats to U.S. interests but not to survival. And the C list--such headline-grabbing places as Kosovo, Bosnia, Somalia, Rwanda, and Haiti--includes important contingencies that indirectly affect U.S. security but do not directly threaten U.S. interests. Thus the United States is enjoying a period of unprecedented peace and influence; but foreign policy and defense leaders cannot afford to be complacent. The authors' preventive defense strategy concentrates on the dangers that, if mismanaged, have the potential to grow into true A-list threats to U.S. survival in the next century. These include Weimar Russia: failure to establish a self-respecting place for the new Russia in the post-cold war world, allowing it to descend into chaos, isolation, and aggression as Germany did after World War I; Loose Nukes: failure to reduce and secure the deadly legacy of the cold war--nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons in Russia and the rest of the former Soviet Union; A Rising China Turned Hostile: failure to shape China's rise to Asian superpower status so that it emerges as a partner rather than an adversary; Proliferation: spread of weapons of mass destruction; and Catastrophic Terrorism: increase in the scope and intensity of transnational terrorism.They also argue for better management of the defense establishment so the United States will retain a strong military prepared to cope with all contingencies, deter aggressors, and win a conflict if deterrence fails.
Category: Political Science

Fighting For The Speakership

Author : Jeffery A. Jenkins
ISBN : 9780691156446
Genre : History
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The Speaker of the House of Representatives is the most powerful partisan figure in the contemporary U.S. Congress. How this came to be, and how the majority party in the House has made control of the speakership a routine matter, is far from straightforward. Fighting for the Speakership provides a comprehensive history of how Speakers have been elected in the U.S. House since 1789, arguing that the organizational politics of these elections were critical to the construction of mass political parties in America and laid the groundwork for the role they play in setting the agenda of Congress today. Jeffery Jenkins and Charles Stewart show how the speakership began as a relatively weak office, and how votes for Speaker prior to the Civil War often favored regional interests over party loyalty. While struggle, contention, and deadlock over House organization were common in the antebellum era, such instability vanished with the outbreak of war, as the majority party became an "organizational cartel" capable of controlling with certainty the selection of the Speaker and other key House officers. This organizational cartel has survived Gilded Age partisan strife, Progressive Era challenge, and conservative coalition politics to guide speakership elections through the present day. Fighting for the Speakership reveals how struggles over House organization prior to the Civil War were among the most consequential turning points in American political history.
Category: History