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Designing an All-Inclusive Democracy

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Democracy is for everybody, not just a majority. This book describes the voting procedures by which majority rule may be replaced by a more consensual system of governance. In a word, such an inclusive polity can be achieved by asking the voters or, more usually, their representatives in councils and parliaments, to state their preferences, so to facilitate the identification of that option which gains the highest average preference score. The first part of the book describes three different voting procedures, the Modified Borda Count, the Quota Borda System and the Matrix Vote, and gives a number of hypothetical examples, all clearly depicted in tables. In the second part, the voting mechanisms are discussed against the background of the theory of voting, social choice theory, human rights and mediation practice. The book includes a foreword by Sir Michael Dummett and contributions by Elizabeth Meehan, Hannu Nurmi and Maurice Salles, among others.

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Chapter 1
Collective Decision-making THEMODIFIEDBORDACOUNT(MBC)
Chapter 6
APluralistParliamentforaPluralSociety THEQUOTABORDASYSTEM(QBS)
PART II
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Electing a Power-sharing Executive THEMATRIXVOTE
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AComparisonofDifferentVotingProceduers The Average Preference Rating and the Consensus Coefficient Partial Voting Further Analysis of the Matrix Vote
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Glossary List of Tables Biographical Notes Bibliography Index
TheRealpolitikof Consensus Voting Peter Emerson with Assistance from Elizabeth Meehan
Inclusive Decision-making in Mediation andPolitics Phil Kearney and Aileen Tierney
Human Rights and Voting Procedures in Pluarl Societies Christine Bell
Assessing Borda’s Rule and Its Modifications Hannu Nurmi
The Theory of Voting and the Borda Systems Maurice Salles
Chapter 5
A CRITIQUE
Chapter 4
Chapter 3
Chapter 7
The Art or Science of Manipulation
PART III - CONCLUSION
Appendix I Appendix II Appendix III Appendix IV
PART IV – APPENDICES
Chapter 9
Chapter 8
Introduction
DESIGNING AN ALL-INCLUSIVE DEMOCRACY
Foreword by Professor Sir Michael Dummett
Contents
Abbreviations
Acknowledgements
PART I
Chapter 2
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