Compared to other models of democracy, the theory of deliberative democracy places relatively little emphasis on the actual moment of decision making. However, all forms of democracy will have to deliver decisions in a timely and non-arbitrary manner. This chapter discusses how deliberative forms of democracy can do this.
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