Of Tocqueville, Justice Kennedy, and Large Sample Sizes: Research on the Civic Educational Impact of Jury Service

John Gastil '89's discusses the results of his new book The Jury of Democracy, the first work to demonstrate how this institutionalized form of deliberation can contribute to democratic society not only in the United States but also in the many other countries using or experimenting with juries.

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John Gastil '89 discusses the results of his new book The Jury of Democracy, the first work to demonstrate how this institutionalized form of deliberation can contribute to democratic society not only in the United States but also in the many other countries using or experimenting with juries. http://www.com.washington.edu/faculty/gastil.html