The Case for Sortition in America – Harvard Political Review

An ideal American democracy is not beholden to moneyed interests before the people it serves. It dismantles unjust and undemocratic systems. Sortition is not perfect, but it is far closer to this ideal than what we have.
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A well-explained argument for legislation by citizen conclaves instead of a permanent legislature.

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