Percentage of Time the CBC and House Democrats vote with the House majority to pass/reject key bills, 1977-2010

From Concordance: Black Lawmaking in the U.S. Congress from Carter to Obama by Katherine Tate

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  • Political Science:Race and Politics
  • African American Studies
  • Political Science:American Politics
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  • Fig. 4. Percentage of time the CBC and House Democrats vote with the House majority to pass/reject key bills. Each year, Congressional Quarterly Almanac lists about a dozen key bills that the House voted on that represent “a matter of great controversy,” “a matter of presidential or political power,” and “a matter of potentially great impact on the nation and lives of Americans.”