Direct Legislation: Voting on Ballot Propositions in the United States
- The Initiative and Direct Democracy
- The Idea of Direct Participation in Government
- Legal Provisions for Direct Legislation and Judicial Review of the Initiative Process
- The Initiative Industry, the Petition Process, and the Increased Usage of Direct Legislation
- Who Votes on Ballot Propositions?
- The Representativeness of Voters Who Decide Statewide Propositions
- Direct Legislation and Voter Rationality
- The Role of Campaign Spending, Elite Endorsements, and Alienation in Ballot Proposition Voting
- Voting Behavior on Ballot Proposition
- The People Rule?
History of I&R
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Direct Legislation by the Citizenship Through the Initiative and Referendum • Citizen Lawmakers: The Ballot Initiative Revolution • Direct Legislation: Voting on Ballot Propositions in the United States