Power and Political Coordination in American and German Multi-Chamber Legislation


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BRÄUNINGER, Thomas, Thomas KÖNIG, 1996. Power and Political Coordination in American and German Multi-Chamber Legislation. In: Journal of Theoretical Politics. 8(3), pp. 331-360

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