Class Connections: Congressional Classes and the Republicans of 1994
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Large partisan classes in the House of Representatives are, in important ways, products of the congressional politics of preceding years. The class of 1994 is an example: understanding its origins requires a look at previous classes, especially the often-overlooked class of 1978. The class of 1994 did have a major impact on American politics, but as the fresh-faced outsiders became insiders, their power waned and their personal fortunes darkened.
Rae, Nicol C., and John J. Pitney. "Class Connections: Congressional Classes and the Republicans of 1994." In The Forum, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 519-540. 2014.