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By James S. Fishkin, Stanford University What are the virtues of democratic citizenship when voters are bombarded by WMD—by which I mean “weapons of mass distraction”—stinging sound bites and campaign ads from the persuasion industry funded by a campaign

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  • 04-09-2012 1:03 PM

    Anna Gomberg

    By James S. Fishkin, Stanford University What are the virtues of democratic citizenship when voters are bombarded by WMD—by which I mean “weapons of mass distraction”—stinging sound bites and campaign ads from the persuasion industry funded by a campaign
  • 01-02-2013 9:44 PM

    Benjamin Fox

    I think most citizens (if not all) knows very well what their state needs simply because they have ears to listen and eyes to see the reality of life and the needs of state. So, the voice of citizens is important in every deliberation.
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