Paul Ryan’s Haunted House
by Josh Zeitz
What can he learn from the ghosts of speakers past?
Czars And Firebrands: A Brief History Of Power In The House
by Ron Elving
The speaker has far more power in the House than any one senator has in the Senate. And at times in our history, the speaker's power has rivaled that of the president himself.
SOURCE: The Atlantic
What the Fight for the Speakership Is Actually About
by John Lawrence
Republicans are split on how to balance broad participation against the efficient functioning of the institution.
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