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New Data for Investigating the President’s Legislative Program: OMB Logs and SAPs*

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Title
New Data for Investigating the President’s Legislative Program: OMB Logs and SAPs*
Published in
Presidential Studies Quarterly, January 2019
DOI 10.1111/psq.12514
Authors

Samuel Kernell, Roger Larocca, Huchen Liu, Andrew Rudalevige

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#11,765,286
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#430
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