10 June 2002People usually want their governments to make decisions and solve problems–in a word, to govern. But there are times when most people would prefer if their governments didn’t do so much governing. In most democracies worthy of the name, there is a stigma attached to decisions made by so-called lame-duck governments. Once a […]

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