1. What is the law of time and numbers?
- the more citizens a democratic unit contains, the less that citizens can participate directly in government decisions and the more that they must delegate more authority to others'
- representatives cannot see all of there constituents for the practical reasons of time and numbers
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2. What are Waldron's two categories of rights?
- rights consitutive of the democratic process and rights which embody the conditions necessary for the legitimacy of democracy
- rights to property and rights to privacy
3. Which of the following, according to Dahl's list, is not an opportunity provided for by democracy?
- exercising final control over the agenda
- effective participation
- inclusion of adults
- gaining enlightened understanding
- guaranteeing liberty
- equality in voting
4. What does Dahl say about guardianship?
- 'experts on tap, not on top'
- 'to govern a state well requires more than scientific knowledge'
5. Who says 'no state has ever possessed a government that fully measured up to the criteria of democratic process. None is likely to'?