Congress and the Lobby
Chase Untermeyer began his many years of fascination with Congress in the summer of 1967 as an intern in the office of then-freshman congressman George H.W. Bush. Since then, he has dealt with both House and Senate in a variety of jobs and perspectives. He will examine what makes Congress work — or not; the people drawn to serve there, both as members and staff; and the influence exerted by “the lobby,” which covers as wide a scope as the American economy and the many interests of ordinary Americans.
Live Zoom Webinar with Q&A.
Other classes offered by Chase Untermeyer that may interest you include:
The Nine: A Non-lawyer’s Look at the Supreme Court
Sacred Sands: How Islam and History Shape the Modern Middle East
The Middle East: A Trouble-free Tour of Trouble Spots
Price is per student. Class tuition is non-refundable.