Lynn M. Sanders The main point though is the normative rationale. (He notes What better time than the summer of 2009 for James Fishkin's that more empirical discussions of the findings from deliberanewest book to arrive on the scene?1 Our hot August featured tive polling, generated with his collaborator Robert Luskin, one raucous town hall meeting after another, generating several will be presented later.) Philosophically, Fishkin buttresses arrests; members of Congress hung in effigy; a reported death the normative argument with the received wisdom of politithreat against North Carolina Democratic Representative Brad cal thinkers, especially the American Founders. As we would Miller; and--last but not least--a vow by the longest serving expect in a book with the word deliberation in its subtitle, Representative in the House, Michigan Democrat John Dingell Habermas is invoked here, but not nearly as often as are the to talk happily about health care except with anyone who wanted authors of the Federalist Papers, Madison in particular. This to "demagogue the discussion." Lest you think as I did at first is because Fishkin, like the Federalists, is a proponent of the that Dingell had indulged in verbing--changing a noun into a power of institutional
The Good Society – Penn State University Press
Published: Jul 22, 2010
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