Yea something other than a president being elected happened.
Will this change anything and will it catch on?
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I'm actually very excited about this. I get that it still has flaws, but any step towards a more diverse field of candidates seems like a step in the right direction.
It's an interesting system, but it doesn't guarantee the fairest outcome by dint of existing. Ellenberg did a chapter on it with some practical examples, worth reading.
Link? Or title?
It's How Not To Be Wrong -- parts are great parts are obvious. According to this the chapter is "There is no such thing as public opinion" so I'll take their word.
According to this the chapter is "There is no such thing as public opinion" so I'll take their word.
Well, damn.I'm ambivalent but interested.
I'm ambivalent but interested.