Senior Fellow, Governance Studies
Sarah Binder is an expert on Congress and legislative politics. Her work includes studies of the politics of the Senate filibuster, the causes and consequences of legislative gridlock, and the politics and practice of advice and consent for selecting federal judges. Her current project focuses on Congress’s response to financial crisis, including a study of Congress’s relationship with the Federal Reserve.
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January 13, 2010 9:50am
November 25, 2009 9:53am
Education, Politics and Elections, Global Development, Metropolitan Areas, U.S. Foreign Policy, Sub-Saharan Africa, Political Campaigns, U.S. Politics, republicans, Terrorism, Republican Party, Elections, U.S. Government, Economics, Middle East and North Africa, Iran, K-12 Education, China, Job Creation, International Affairs
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