Fenno's Paradox is the belief that people generally disapprove of the United States Congress as a whole, but support the Congressmen from their own Congressional district. It is named after Richard Fenno who discussed this in his 1978 book Home Style: House Members in Their Districts. 
- Kaplan, Johnathan E. "Reynolds casts aside six-year itch, counts on Fenno's Paradox"  Accessed August 24, 2006.
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