The Senate by Janet Anderson


The Senate by Janet Anderson

The story of the United States Senate is more than the description of the powers assigned to the upper house of Congress. Filled with interesting facts, The Senate shows how these powers are considerable, including the making of laws to govern the United States in partnership with the House of Representatives, and the unique authority to provide advice and consent to the president of the United States. This valuable title also highlights the senators themselves, intelligent, hardworking, and sometimes colorful, who have shaped and guided this body through war and peace, economic disasters, and wars.

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104 pages


Janet Anderson
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Publication date

15th May 2007



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