Deliberation in a Juridifying World
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Wherever there have been democracies, there have been critics of democracy concerned about the apparent tension between sound governance and mass rule.1 On the one hand, governance should be deliberative – for instance, well-informed, cooperative, reflective, and capable of issuing sound policy and law. But it should also invite widespread democratic participation by citizens, through voting and other means.