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DLSU RP 1999-11: Power Bequeathed: Generational Shift and Elite Reproduction in the Eleventh House of Representatives

This study seeks to (1) identify the factors for the continuing dominance and apparent resilience of local political clans amid socio-economic and political transformations in the post-EDSA I period, (2) describe the dynamics of elite reproduction and legislative recruitment in congressional politics, underscoring the House of Representatives as an institutional nexus between local and national politics, and (3) present a profile of the new generation of elected elites in congress, particularly the children of House members who were prevented from seeking reelection due to the constitutional provision on term limits.

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Teehankee, Julio C.; governance;
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