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about the institutions and policies of their government as well as deliberative autonomy to enable citizens to deliberate the institutions and policies of their government as well as deliberative autonomy to enable citizens to deliberate the conduct of their own ives Together Fleming shows these two preconditions can afford everyone the status of free and eual citizenship in our morally pluralistic constitutional democracy. ,
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