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. What fraction of all filibusters have happened in the last 30 years?
- two thirds
- one quarter
- one third
- one half
3. Who argues that Senators are able to negotiate earmarks in their favour and therefore are more likely to toe the party line?
4. Who says ' the Senate majority leader lacks amny of the institutional tools the Speaker of the House possesses. Majorities simply cannot work their will the way they can in the House'?
5. Who says that 'in recent years... the filibuster has been vilified as a primary threat to the ability of the american government to function'?