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The initiative and referendum

needed reforms in representative government

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Published by s.n. in [Toronto? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Initiative, Right of.,
  • Referendum.,
  • Canada -- Politics and government.,
  • Switzerland -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[F.E. Titus].
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (6 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22136385M
    ISBN 100665623585

    Citizens’ Guide to Initiative & Referendum 4 to call a vote of town residents in order to repeal an ordinance adopted by the local government, initiative can also be a File Size: KB. Initiative and referendum are processes used by voters to become directly involved in their government by drafting and voting on laws or constitutional amendments. Initiative, the most commonly used form of so-called “direct democracy,” dates back to when it was adopted in South Dakota.

    The book also includes a series of personal narratives from those who have been on the front lines of initiative and referendum battles, giving the reader insight into the intricacies of the challenges faced when trying to place reforms on the Edition: Second Edition. The initiative and referendum were tools born out of necessity. As the 19th century came to a close and the 20th dawned, the Pacific Northwest was dominated by railroad and booze interests that held a grip on politicians and political : Ashley Archibald.

    Up to now, finding the literature to research the state-specific history of a law passed by initiative or referendum has been extremely difficult. This book fills this gap by providing top researchers with brief overviews of the individual state processes while providing important primary and secondary sources, including Web : Taylor And Francis. The initiative, referendum, and recall election were supported by the Progressives as ways to increase citizen participation in the political process Jacob Riis, in How the Other Half Lives, and Lincoln Steffens, in The Shame of the Cities, contributed to reform movements in the United States by.


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The Initiative and Referendum in California, ] is a very complete analysis of a subject that will be valuable to political scientists. It can become a guidebook for using such initiatives, based on the experiences of the state acknowledged to be the master of the process."Cited by:   As noted by the Secretary of State’s Office: “Gathering signatures for ballot measure petitions is a constitutionally guaranteed practice in the State of Washington.” Dozens of initiative petitions have already been filed for the election least one referendum is already in the works for one of this session’s most controversial bills ().

InOregon voters overwhelmingly approved a legislatively referred ballot measure that created Oregon’s initiative and referendum process.

Invoters enacted the direct primary and, inOregon’s Constitution was amended to allow for recall of public officials. Product Information. Researching ballot measures can be one of the most daunting types of legal research.

Exploring Initiative and Referendum Law: Selected State Research Guidesoffers legal researchers an easy-to-use guide that provides thorough overviews of I&R (initiative and referendum) laws within twenty-three states.

The Law of Direct Democracy Henry S. Noyes, The Law Of Direct Democracy is the first casebook on direct democracy. This book uses The initiative and referendum book and federal judicial opinions, the text of ballot initiatives, statutes and constitutional provisions to compare and contrast the various state laws that govern the ballot initiative, the referendum and the recall.

No other book has ever provided such a complete and comprehensive history of the initiative and referendum process in the U.S. Waters provides such information as the definitions of initiative and referendum; the roots of the initiative and referendum movement; the history of how the process has been utilized; regulations of the initiative process in each state; legislative attempts to Pages: No other book has ever provided such a complete and comprehensive history of the initiative The initiative and referendum book referendum process in the U.S.

Waters provides such information as the definitions of initiative and referendum; the roots of the initiative and referendum movement; the history of how the process has been utilized; regulations of the initiative process in each state; legislative attempts to Cited by: The initiative may then take the form of a direct initiative or an indirect initiative.

In a direct initiative, a measure is put directly to a referendum. The vote may be on a proposed federal level, statute, constitutional amendment, charter amendment or local ordinance, or to simply oblige the executive or legislature to consider the.

Direct democracy or pure democracy is a form of democracy in which people decide on policy initiatives directly. This differs from the majority of currently established democracies, which are representative theory and practice of direct democracy and participation as its common characteristic was the core of work of many theorists, philosophers and politicians, among whom the.

24 states have the popular referendum. Most of them are also initiative states. A third form of referendum, the advisory referendum, is rarely used. In this form of the process, the Legislature, and in some states the governor, may place a question on the ballot to gauge voter opinion.

The results of the election on this question are not binding. The Election Division has prepared this brief summary of the various petition processes and the obtaining signatures to, any local initiative, referendum, or recall petitions shall not: a.

Intentionally misrepresent or intentionally make any false statements concerning theFile Size: KB. Up to now, finding the literature to research the state-specific history of a law passed by initiative or referendum has been extremely difficult.

This book fills this gap by providing top researchers with brief overviews of the individual state processes while providing important primary and secondary sources, including Web sites.

Initiative provisions applied to referendum process. All provisions applicable to the character, form, and number of signatures required for an initiative petition, to the examination and certification thereof, and to the submission to the vote of the people of the ordinance proposed thereby, shall apply to a referendum petition and to.

In the U.S., the terms initiative and referendum refer to processes that allow citizens of states to vote on particular pieces of legislation. The initiative process allows citizens to propose a new statute or constitutional amendment.; The referendum process allows citizens to refer a law that passed the legislature to the ballot for voters to decide whether to uphold or repeal the law.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ohio State Library. Initiative and referendum. Columbus, F.J. Heer Print. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. The book also includes a series of personal narratives from those who have been on the front lines of initiative and referendum battles, giving the reader insight into the intricacies of the challenges faced when trying to place reforms on the ballot.

There are a number of tools for what is called direct democracy (Page vii), "devices created to give voters a greater direct voice in our democracy--referendum, initiative, recall" Thomas Cronin has authored a clear headed analysis of these tools of democracy/5.

Direct Legislation by the Citizenship Through the Initiative and Referendum (Dodo Press) by Sullivan, J. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Page 86 - Hence, they fall back on the referendum as the best course available under the circumstances of the case, and in such a world as the present.

They do not claim that it has any great educative effect on the people. But they remark with truth that the mass of the people are equal in intelligence and character to the average State legislator, and are exposed to fewer temptations.

The Initiative and Referendum Institute at the University of Southern California is a non-partisan educational organization dedicated to the study of the initiative and referendum, the two most important processes of direct democracy. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ohio State Library.

Initiative and referendum. [Columbus] F.J. Heer Print. Co. [] (OCoLC)Initiative and Referendum Guide.

Office of the Secretary of State. 2. Elections Division. Establishing or Designating a Committee Sponsor. A person or organization that seeks to place an initiative or referendum on the ballot must identify a non-candidate.The federal Initiative has been just adopted () The form of cantonal Referendum now practiced was but begun (in St.

Gall) inand forty years ago only five cantons had any Referendum whatever, and these in the optional form.