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The Almanac of American Politics 2002
The Almanac of American Politics 2002, published by the National Journal Group (which also publishes the weekly political newsmagazine National Journal), is a must-have for every political junkie. Its 1,856 pages are filled with information about the 50 governors of the United States and every member of Congress--including their committee...
The Almanac of American Politics 2002, published by the National Journal Group (which also publishes the weekly political newsmagazine National Journal), is a must-have for every political junkie. Its 1,856 pages are filled with information about the 50 governors of the United States and every member of Congress--including their committee assignments, by what percentage of the vote they won their seats, and how much money they spent doing it. Organized alphabetically by state, the book examines all 435 congressional districts, including their population, racial makeup, median income, and median house value, but one of its most prominent features is its quirky descriptions of each district's history. You'll learn in these pages, for example, that Pez candy is made in Orange, Connecticut, and that one of Wisconsin`s districts is inhabited by more cows than people.
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