For The Economist on voters choosing their own public policy via ballot initiative

G. Elliott Morris

Nov. 08, 2018

Tags: The Economist Politics Elections


A piece on what happens when voters taking lawmaking into their own hands. Americans chose a wide array of (lower-case-“l”) liberal reforms in this year’s midterm elections.

“Taking the initiative | When voters make policy changes themselves | Americans voted on more than 150 ballot initiatives on Election Day”