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The government as envisioned by the US Constitution consists of three parts: the executive, judicial and the legislative. Read morePublished on August 24, 2005 by Newton Ooi
David Frohnmayer, president of the University of Oregon, described the degenerating initiative process by saying, "It's no longer citizens fighting the oligopoly. Read morePublished on April 8, 2004 by Eric
_Democracy Derailed_ is obviously very well researched. Broder cannot be faulted for his attention to detail. Read morePublished on December 17, 2002 by Brett
As a political consultant working in California, much of what Broder writes is familiar to me. That said, I am certain that, for many Americans, this text will be their... Read morePublished on August 14, 2001 by J. A Magill
David Broder takes a serious and thoughtful look at the initiative and referenda process in the US. After developing several case studies from a variety of states, Broder grapple... Read morePublished on May 11, 2000 by K. Collier
Broder presents the origins and history of Initiative and lays out many negative aspects pertaining to its modern practice, based on his own perceptions and conclusions. Read morePublished on April 26, 2000
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