By Popular Demand: Revitalizing Representative Democracy through Deliberative Elections

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Index
accountability sessions, 123, 222n38
advisory panels, 155–58, 196, 230n41. See also citizen panels
adwatch format, 82, 86
AFL-CIO, 109
Aid to Families with Dependent Children (AFDC), 135
Ajzen, Icek, 203n45
Alabama: cumulative voting in, 73; deliberation in, 121–22
Alford, John, 62
Almanac of American Politics,109, 143
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 109–10
American Enterprise Institute, 80–81, 106
American Hospital Association, 109
Americans Talk Issues Foundation, 94, 218n12
Arizona, and campaign finance reform, 80
Arnold, Douglas, 41, 198n10
Baird, Zoe, 102–3
Bandura, Albert, 203nn45, 47
Barber, Benjamin, 186, 199n19
Becker, Ted, 124
Bell, Art, 103–4
Bennett, Lance, 110, 138, 235n2
Bernstein, Robert, 198n8
Bessette, Joseph, 142, 204n58
Birmingham, Alabama, deliberation in, 121–22
Blumer, Jay, 36
Bobbio, Norberto, 201n29
Boeing, 108, 220n47
Bohannon, Jim, 103–4
Bormann, Ernest, 114
Bradley, Bill, 60
Brady, David, 62
Brookings Institution, 81, 106
Brown, George, 60
Brown, Gerry, 103
Bryan, Frank, 69
Buchanan, Pat, 82
Burnheim, John, 70
Burns, James MacGregor, 59
Bush, George, 82, 100, 109
California: campaign spending in, 58; congressional elections in, 60; deliberation in, 120–21; Green Party in, 208n43; insurance reform elections in, 153–54; Late Contribution Watch, 217n39; open primary in, 47, 208n40; term limits in, 215n15; Voters Guide, 86, 88
Cambridge, Massachusetts, voting system in, 73
campaign financing: broadcast bank proposal for, 80–81; and campaigning, 79; importance of, 58–60, 78–80, 211n74; and interest groups, 107–9; and late contributions, 217n39; and proposed spending limits, 13, 78–81, 216n27; public funds, using, 79–81, 137; public support for reforming, 79–80, 189
campaign strategy: citizen panel impact on, 181–84, 192–93; and deliberation, 235n52; false advertising, hazards of,

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