Monday, July 19, 2010

White House Office of Legislative Affairs

Just out from Texas A&M University Press is Bridging the Constitutional Divide: Inside the White House Office of Legislative Affairs, edited by Russell L. Riley, chair of the Miller Center for Public Affair's Presidential Oral History Program. According to the Center, “The book is based on a symposium at which seven former heads of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs, representing every president from Nixon to Clinton, gathered at the Miller Center to discuss White House-congressional relations. The result is candid insider accounts on how presidents attempt to influence Congress.”

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