We present two articles on the idea of sortition, democracy by lottery: one by Nicholas Coccoma and one by Stephen R. Shalom.
Sortition: Two Views
In this symposium:
The Return of Democracy by LotteryBy: Nicholas Coccoma
[PDF][Print]Imagine if instead of having politicians and political parties make our most important decisions, we empowered everyday people from all walks of life to dive into the issues, work through their differences, and seek . . .
Some Reflections on SortitionBy: Stephen R. Shalom
[PDF][Print]That capitalism needs to be replaced is obvious. We need a system that values human needs, rather than profits, that lets people control their own lives, rather than being dominated by tyrants or by . . .
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