restricted access   Volume 16, Number 1, 2007

Table of Contents

From: The Good Society

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Symposium on Contemporary Thought in Deliberation and Participation

Representation in America: Some Thoughts on Nancy Pelosi, Gavin Newsom, Tim Johnson, and Deliberative Engagement

pp. 3-7

Could Participatory Budgeting Work in the United States?

pp. 8-13

Overcoming Complexity: Institutionalising Deliberative Democracy through Secondary Associations

pp. 14-22

Localism and Deliberative Democracy

pp. 23-29

Constitutional Schmooze

Mobilizing Liberalism in Defense of Racism

pp. 30-39

Groundhog Day Again?: Is the "Liberal Tradition" a Useful Construct for Studying Law, Courts, and American Political Development?

pp. 40-45

Hartz, Political Culture, and Supreme Court Decision Making in the 21st Century: Questioning Popular Constitutional Theory

pp. 46-53

Featured Article

Liberal Collectivism: The Korean Challenge to Liberal Individualism

pp. 54-59

In Discussion: Mark Blitz's Duty Bound: Responsibility and American Public Life

Review of Duty Bound: Responsibility and American Public Life

pp. 60-65

Comments on Duty Bound: Responsibility and American Political Life

pp. 66-68

Reply to Brand and Lenzner

pp. 69-70

A PEGS Reader: Recent and Recommended Books and Articles

p. 71