Chapter 17: Conclusion - What are we to make of bicameralism in the twenty-first century? The reform trap
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In today’s world of crisis of liberal constitutionalism, what are the virtues and pitfalls of bicameralism? In other words, to what extent does bicameralism constitute a bulwark against the ‘democratic decay’ or, rather, is it (a small) part of the problem?

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