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Deliberation, Difference and Democratic Institutions

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  28 March 2014

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1 See for example Macpherson, C. B., The Life and Times of Liberal Democracy, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1977 Google Scholar; Pateman, C., Participation and Democratic Theory, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1970 CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

2 Sartori, G., The Theory of Democracy Revisited, Chatham, NJ, Chatham House, 1987, p. 8 Google Scholar.

3 March, J. G. and Olsen, J. P., Rediscovering Institutions, New York, Free Press, 1989 Google Scholar.

4 Dahl, R. A., Democracy and Its Critics, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1989 Google Scholar.

5 See Fishkin, J. S., Democracy and Deliberation, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1991 Google Scholar, and Cohen, J., ‘Deliberation and Democratic Legitimacy’, in Hamlin, A. and Pettit, P. (eds), The Good Polity, Oxford, Basil Blackwell, 1989 Google Scholar.

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