Democracy and Disagreement

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Presenting an alternative theory to the prevailing utilitarian perspective, the authors propose a model for public policymaking that must be taken seriously by citizens and public officials alike. The analysis of the nature and function of deliberation in a democracy is, as one would expect from these two scholars, superb. Dahl, author of Democracy and Its Critics. This is a thoroughly clear, fair, intelligent, reasonable book, with flashes of great insight.


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I do not think that it will be possible to discuss deliberative democracy, in the future, without reference to this book. Sunstein, author of The Partial Constitution. That is what Gutmann and Thompson do in this book.

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I think it's good to use one large word rather than several smaller words, but the authors tend to use one large word when one small word would do. It's a good book, and worth reading, but the use of language as a tool to seem intelligent rather than to express intelligence was irritating.

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