Citizen initiated referendums
An empirical assessment
in Direct democracy
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The chapter analyses the use of initiatives in the USA and other countries. The chapter shows that the use of initiatives does not lead to political paralysis and that the initiative – occasionally – leads to more trust in politicians

Direct democracy

A comparative study of the theory and practice of government by the people

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