Table of contents for Debating the democratic legitimacy of the European Union / edited by Beate Kohler-Koch and Berthold Rittberger.

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Chapter 1
Beate Kohler-Koch and Berthold Rittberger: Charting Crowded Territory: Debating thee Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union
PART I: Democracy: the constitutional principle of the EU
Chapter 2
Armin von Bogdandy: A Disputed Idea Becomes Law - Remarks on European Democracy as a Legal Principle
Ulrich Haltern: A Comment on Von Bogdandy
Part II	: What future for parliamentary democracy in the EU?
Chapter 3
Katrin Auel and Arthur Benz: Expanding National Parliamentary Control: Does it Enhance European Democracy?
Chapter 4
Andreas Maurer: The European Parliament between Policy-making and Control 
Rudy Andeweg: A Comment on Auel & Benz and Maurer
Chapter 5
Berthold Rittberger: Constructing Parliamentary Democracy in the European Union: How Did It Happen?
Chapter 6
Christopher Lord: Parliamentary Representation in a Decentred Polity
Deirdre Curtin: A Comment on Rittberger and Lord
Part III: The public sphere and civil society: pre-requisites for democratically legitimate rule making
Chapter 7
Klaus Eder und Hans-J¿rg Trenz: Prerequisites of Transnational Democracy and Mechanisms of Sustaining it: The Case of the European Union
Lars-Erik Cederman: A Comment on Eder & Trenz
Chapter 8
Donatella della Porta: The Europeanisation of Protest: A Typology and Empirical Evidence
Doug Imig: A Comment on Della Porta
Part IV	Democracy and political participation
Chapter 9
Hubert Heinelt: Participatory Governance and European Democracy
Chapter 10
Michael Th. Greven: Some Considerations on Participation in 'Participatory Governance
Paul Magnette: A Comment on Heinelt and Greven
Chapter 11
Beate Kohler-Koch: The Organization of Interests and Democracy in the European Union
Jeremy Richardson: A Comment on Kohler-Koch
Part V: Deliberative democracy
Chapter 12
Rainer Schmalz-Bruns: The Euro-Polity in Perspective: Some Normative Lessons from Deliberative Democracy
Erik O. Eriksen: A Comment on Schmalz-Bruns 
Chapter 13
Christian Joerges: Re-Conceptualizing the Supremacy of European Law: A Plea for a Supranational Conflict of Laws
Damian Chalmers: A Comment on Joerges

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

European Union.
Democracy -- European Union countries.
Constitutional history -- European Union countries.
Law -- European Union countries.
European Union countries -- Politics and government.