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  • M: Yes, that's what I called my Madisonian critique of democracy.

    The Bilerico Project

  • The report states "To enable Members of Congress to balance constituent input and their own policy judgments and to effectively communicate and gain support for their policy decisions, they must use what we call a Madisonian or" Republican "feedback model".

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • Is the only solution to the collective problem to use "Madisonian" institutional incentives?

    Final Exam for "American Values and Institutions" Course

  • The incentive problems cut in favor of uniformity, however, by supporting the creation of a "Madisonian" offset between managers 'and politicians' twin quests for high accounting income and low taxable income.

    TaxProf Blog

  • It's not that Ottoman-era societies were models of Madisonian political wisdom.

    'The Tyrannies Are Doomed'

  • Mr. Madison, meanwhile, is shown grasping to secure his legacy: The vaunted "Father of the Constitution" took pains to erase nearly all record of the constitutional contributions of South Carolina's Charles Pinckney, whose "Pinckney Plan" may have inspired a great deal of the final, Madisonian document.

    In Brief: American History

  • But instead of taking a tough Madisonian stance, India's avuncular Minister of Civil Aviation Vayalar Ravi insists that matters of pay and working conditions are "between me and my children."

    The Air India Fiasco

  • If an organizeable mass of Americans comes to suspect that mass immigration from Latin America is being used by the political class to undermine their democracy and as a tool to liberate the political elites from the Jeffersonian and Madisonian constraints, then indeed we may witness a reaction — but hopefully not against the immigrants themselves, as they are also objects of elite manipulations in more than one country.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Immigrants and Nazis, Communists and Cardinals

  • Blair eased up, and on August 20, Tyler published in the Madisonian a letter of withdrawal.

    A Country of Vast Designs

  • Madisonian democracy does imply numerous veto points; it requires devices that block majorities from easy action, and that give intense minorities potential advantages.

    The democracy behind Senate rules

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  • Relating to Madison. This is a US term.

    August 28, 2014