Direct Democracy and Institutional Realignment in the American States
CAROLINE J. TOLBERT draws a parallel between the Progressive era and the last two decades of the twentieth century to look at the role of direct democracy in American political reform. She argues that ballot issues at the state level may function as an adaptive mechanism, realigning institutions of representative government to new social and economic functions.
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North Korea and the West
CONTINUING ISSUES IN U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY POLICY
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