This audio course examines Congress's role in
policymaking by focusing on its three main powers: oversight,
appropriations, and reorganization. The faculty reviews
congressional committees, the power of the purse, and Congressional
efforts to reorganize the Executive Branch in shaping public policy.
Homeland security issues serve as examples of how Congress uses
these three powers.
Recorded 2007 ISBN 10: 1-58733-061-X
Total run time: 84 minutes 061X
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