Part I: Considering the Two Chambers.
Chapter 1: Welcome to Congress.
Chapter 2: Running Your House: The House of Representatives.
Chapter 3: Scoping Out the Senate.
Part II: Looking at the Legislative Process.
Chapter 4: Introducing a Bill.
Chapter 5: Meeting the Players, Setting the Schedule.
Chapter 6: Reaching the Floor and Beyond.
Part III: Following the Money.
Chapter 7: Raising Revenues.
Chapter 8: Budgeting, Authorizing, and Appropriating Government Money.
Chapter 9: Putting Your Political Contributions to Work.
Part IV: Lobbying from All Angles.
Chapter 10: Looking at Lobbying.
Chapter 11: Explaining Your Cause.
Chapter 12: Getting Down to the Nitty-Gritty: Lobbying Members of Congress.
Chapter 13: Getting the Job Done: Congressional Staff.
Chapter 14: Making the Most of the Media.
Chapter 15: Working with Various Media.
Part V: Putting the Practical Side to Use.
Chapter 16: Making Use of Congressional Services.
Chapter 17: Visiting Congress.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 18: Ten Tips for Conducting a Lobbying Campaign.
Chapter 19: The Ten Commandments for Dealing with Congressional Staff.
Chapter 20: Ten Tips for Dealing with Journalists.
Chapter 21: Not Even Ten Suggestions for Improving Congress.
Part VII: The Appendixes.
Appendix A: Glossary of Congressional and Political Terms.
Appendix B: Committees of the 107th Congress.