Congress and the American Tradition

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Congress and the American Tradition

By James Burnham
Regnery, 1959
363 pp. $6.50

In this extended essay the author of "The Managerial Revolution" and "The Machiavellians" offers his thoughts on the general principles of American government and warns against what he takes to be the declining role of Congress, especially in the matter of treaty-making and investigations.

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