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Of all the predictions made by the authors of the Constitution, the idea that Congress would be the strongest branch of the government seems wildest of the mark.Why is today's Congress so dysfunctional? Is the quality of today's legislators worse? Of all the predictions made by the authors of the Constitution, the idea that Congress would be the strongest branch of the government seems wildest of the mark.Why is today's Congress so dysfunctional? Is the quality of today's legislators worse?


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Of all the predictions made by the authors of the Constitution, the idea that Congress would be the strongest branch of the government seems wildest of the mark.Why is today's Congress so dysfunctional? Is the quality of today's legislators worse? Of all the predictions made by the authors of the Constitution, the idea that Congress would be the strongest branch of the government seems wildest of the mark.Why is today's Congress so dysfunctional? Is the quality of today's legislators worse?

13 review for The Vanishing Congress: Reflections on Politics in Washington

  1. 4 out of 5

    S.R.R. Colvin

    Five stars to Jeff Bergner's book "The Vanishing Congress." It is delightful and witty, and I never imagined a book about anything Congressional could be either. It's an insider's first-hand look at multiple levels of the US government from the halls of Congress and the occasional congressional delegation to the State Department and even foreign intelligence matters. Bergner's use of personal humorous stories seamlessly blended with his broad knowledge of the inner workings of the federal govern Five stars to Jeff Bergner's book "The Vanishing Congress." It is delightful and witty, and I never imagined a book about anything Congressional could be either. It's an insider's first-hand look at multiple levels of the US government from the halls of Congress and the occasional congressional delegation to the State Department and even foreign intelligence matters. Bergner's use of personal humorous stories seamlessly blended with his broad knowledge of the inner workings of the federal government and its policymakers and lobbyists makes the book both entertaining and enlightening.

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