Table of contents for Deliberative democracy in America : a proposal for a popular branch of government / Ethan J. Leib.


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	Acknowledgments
	Introduction
1	Getting Right Down to the Business of Design: The Proposal
	Appendix: More Details
2	Arguing for Arguing
3	Failed Progressive Experimentalism: Forgetting to Separate Powers
4	Checking and Balancing
5	Replies to My Hypothetical Critics
6	Learning from Juries
7	The Civil Society as Agenda-Setter
	Conclusion, Or Just the Beginning
	Bibliography
	Index 
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Direct democracy United States, Representative government and representation United States, Civil society United States, Legitimacy of governments United States, Social choice United States