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Approaching Deliberative Democracy: Theory…

Approaching Deliberative Democracy: Theory and Practice (Carnegie Mellon…

by Robert Cavalier

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0887485375, Paperback)

Deliberative Democracy provides us with a stronger model of democracy itself and a tonic for the tone of contemporary political discourse. Approaching Deliberative Democracy, edited by Carnegie Mellon Professor Robert Cavalier, demonstrates how this model can be grounded in empirically based theory and theory-based practice. It is recommended for practitioners and scholars as well as those in the general public who wish to gain a deeper understanding of this important political movement.

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