Constitutional Democracy

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Table of contents

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • I - The Problems 1
  • 1: Democracy in America 3
  • 2 - Democracy in Other Parts of the World 21
  • Notes 38
  • II - The Constitutional Perspective 41
  • 3: The Constitutional Premise 43
  • 4 - Why Have Government? 50
  • Notes 57
  • 5 - The Nature of a Constitution 59
  • Notes 70
  • III - Institutions to Reveal and Advance a Community's Interests 75
  • 6 - Federalism 77
  • Notes 93
  • 7 - Direct Democracy 95
  • Notes 100
  • 8: Representative Democracy 101
  • 9: Representative Democracy 114
  • 10 - The Two Systems of Representation Compared 127
  • Notes 149
  • 11: The Parliamentary Voting Rule 152
  • IV - Institutions to Constrain Government 175
  • 12: The Referendum 177
  • 13: Bicameralism 192
  • 14: Rights 209
  • Conclusions 223
  • 15 - The Market and the State 225
  • Notes 235
  • 16: Redistribution 237
  • 17 - The Executive Branch 247
  • Notes 261
  • 18: Dictatorship 263
  • 19 - The Judiciary 279
  • Appendix: on the "Fair" Representation of Minorities in the Election of Judges 291
  • Appendix: on the "Fair" Representation of Minorities in the Election of Judges 293
  • V - Getting Started 297
  • 20 - Citizenship 299
  • Notes 311
  • 21 - The Constitutional Convention 314
  • Notes 335
  • VI - Coming to an End 339
  • 22: Epilogue 341
  • Glossary 349
  • Bibliography 351
  • Name Index 371
  • Subject Index 377
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