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The Frozen Republic How the Constitution Is Paralyzing Democracy by Daniel Lazare

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Published by Harvest Books .
Written in English

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Number of Pages408
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Open LibraryOL7365366M
ISBN 100156004941
ISBN 109780156004947

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The Frozen Republic was written to show how this binds us to the past and the ideas of people long dead who could have no conception of our world and our problems. For comparison, Daniel Lazare explains how the British Parliament has come to be what it is today, a body that allows the will of the majority to have its way without any limits/5.   To the Editor: Lewis Lapham misses an essential point about governments generally and ours in particular in his review of "The Frozen Republic" (Feb. 4); apparently so does the author, Daniel Lazare.   The Frozen Republic - which I enthusiastically picked up because I thought it was a Star Wars novel about an ice-bound planet - turned out to be an exhaustingly detailed report on the various utterances, opinions, statements, thoughts, desires, wishes, actions and consequences thereof of damn near every bureaucrat who ever cashed an American paycheck/5. Daniel Lazare is the author of the iconoclastic study of the U.S. Constitution, The Frozen Republic, a Book-of-the-Month Club selection. He has written about race, drugs, and urban policy for a wide variety of publications, including Harper's, The American Prospect, and Le Monde Diplomatique. He lives in Manhattan/5(30).

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