Commentator John Stossel used Heinlein to argue in favor of giving the House of Representatives filibuster power:
Libertarian science-fiction writer Robert Heinlein had a good idea. One of his novels depicted a bicameral legislature with one chamber needing a supermajority to pass laws and the other needing only a minority of votes to repeal them.
By the standard of protecting freedom and keeping government caged, that’s not a bad idea. It should be easier to repeal laws than to pass them.
Not sure I agree, or that Heinlein would.
And which novel was this?