1. Who argues that the House, despite variations in party, committee, seniority and other structures is foremost an institution governed by majority rule?
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2. Who argues that 'without a fellow partisan in the White House, majority party leaders in Congress have much more freedom and flexibility than they might enjoy under unified government'?
3. Who says that 'the speakership - its power, style and role - is variable over time'?
4. Who asserts that an opposition leader 'would be hard put to it to find anyone with a claim to national party leadership superior to his own' in a divided government?
- Ralph Huitt
- Ralph Bader
5. What percentage of House incumbents running in 2012 won re-election?