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The Jury And Participatory Democracy, Alexandra D. Lahav Mar 2014

The Jury And Participatory Democracy, Alexandra D. Lahav

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The Structural Constitutional Principle Of Republican Legitimacy, Mark D. Rosen Dec 2012

The Structural Constitutional Principle Of Republican Legitimacy, Mark D. Rosen

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Democracy does not spontaneously occur by citizens gathering to choose laws. Instead, representative democracy takes place within an extensive legal framework that determines such matters as who gets to vote, how campaigns are conducted, and what conditions must be met for representatives to make valid law. Many of the “rules of the road” that operationalize republicanism have been subject to constitutional challenges in recent decades. For example, lawsuits have been brought against partisan gerrymandering—which is partly responsible for the fact that most congressional districts are no longer party competitive, but instead are either safely Republican or safely Democratic—and ...


Collateral Damage: The Endangered Center In American Politics, Samuel Issacharoff Nov 2004

Collateral Damage: The Endangered Center In American Politics, Samuel Issacharoff

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