One has to readjust our vision if we are to understand the late 17th and early 18th centuries from Native perspectives. There was this multifaceted process of incorporation between the European newcomers and the Natives of Iroquois Confederacy and the Lenape people. […]
The US Congress is so designed that the individual members of Congress have an incentive to serve their constituents, but they also have incentives to work with one another. They use various strategies to pass legislations that benefit them and their parties. […]
It is necessary to be in office to be able to achieve a particular policy change or exert influence over some part of government.
There are various tools and resources that the members of Congress use to get re-elected to office. […]
The members of the Congress have to balance between serving the needs of their constituents and working for the common good. This dilemma leads to constituents supporting their representatives but not liking the Congress in general. […]