A `presidency-augmented' model of presidential success on House roll call votes.
Presents a study to recognize and describe more fully the important role that United States presidents play in determining their own success on roll call votes in the House. Congress-centered model; Presidency-augmented model; Superiority of models that take presidential actions into account.
Cary R. Covington, J M. Wrighton, and Rhonda Kinney. "A `presidency-augmented' model of presidential success on House roll call votes." American Journal of Political Science 39.4 (1995): 1001-1025.
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