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Congressional Quarterly Books is a division of Congressional Quarterly, a publication founded in 1945 by Nelson and Henrietta Poynter to inform US citizens of congressional activity. Poynter wanted to make this information more accessible to the news media and public.
Thomas N. Schroth was added to the organization in 1955, and he started the book division. CQ Press was sold to SAGE Publications in 2008 and is still printing. Likewise, Congressional Quarterly is alive and well and publishes a variety of resources in print and online formats.
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Congressional Quarterly. En.wikipedia.org. (2020). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Congressional_Quarterly.
CQ Roll Call. (2014, February 14). History of CQ roll call. https://cqrollcall.com/about-cq-roll-call/history/