Inequality, Representation, and Public Policy Outputs
in the United States and Worldwide
is disrobed in this new book. It
provides a minute-by-minute account of a week in the life of a
member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
science professor Lee Ryan Miller accompanied Congresswoman Shelley
Berkley (Nevada) during her grueling twelve to sixteen hour per day
schedule for a whole week. He
gives a fascinating account of Representative Berkley’s meetings
with government officials, staff members, journalists, lobbyists,
and constituents. He
provides a window into the work done by U.S. elected officials.
also provides a detailed description of the responsibilities of
various congressional staffer positions, as well as some insights
into how the organization of the U.S. Congress renders that
institution unable to solve most of the problems faced by the United
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OF OUR SYSTEM OF HIGHER
EDUCATION AND THE
THAT PERMEATE IT."