Tag: Congressional Voting Errors
An Empirical Defense of Congressional Filibusters and Super-Majority Voting Rules
Deliberative democracy is a noble ideal that politics reduces to romantic fiction. Deliberations rarely produce unanimous agreement due to the divergent interests of politicians and their constituencies. The upshot is that policy issues, both great and small, often are resolved by narrow majority votes. As the jurist and legal scholar Robert Bork noted, even...
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