Chapter 5 posted online

This chapter explores the unique democratic power of random selection, tracking its roots to ancient Athens and noting how randomly selected “mini-publics” of citizen deliberators can help all of us deal with the complexity of public issues and the corruption of politics.

5.  Citizenship and the random selection of ad hoc mini-publics

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