Professor Eric Schickler discusses political parties in Congress and how the system of political parties has changed over time. While framing the Constitution, the founding fathers did not take political parties into account because they were against the idea. Schickler discusses the benefits of being the majority party in Congress and the potentially negative aspects of strong political parties in Congress.
Political Parties in Congress
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