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Title:  The Legitimacy of the People
Author(s):  Sofia Näsström
Source:  Political Theory, Vol. 35, No. 5  (Oct., 2007), pp. 624-658
Publisher(s): Sage Publications, Inc.
Stable URL:  http://www.jstor.org/stable/20452587
Abstract: In political theory it goes without saying that the constitution of 
government raises a claim for legitimacy. With the constitution of the people, 
however, it is different. It is often dismissed as a historical question. The 
conviction is that since the people cannot decide on its own composition the 
boundaries of democracy must be determined by other factors, such as the 
contingent forces of history. This article critically assesses this view. It 
argues that like the constitution of government, the constitution of the people 
raises a claim for legitimacy. The failure to see this is what makes many 
theorists run into the arms of history. They submit the legitimacy of the 
people to the arbitrary and asymmetrical forces of the present.


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