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question 6 poli sci midterm 6) gives a homogeneous value to each object in the agenda and allows people to numerically value proposols and try to prevent manipulations by those setting agenda ( riker ch 4) It is only rationale for people to procede in a way to satisfy their goals in a way that optimizes the results for themselves. We showed that the current that MD and MN have many glaring flaws. In question 1 we showed that neither one was very democratic ( the candidate that most people preferred was not chose). If applied to real life situations this would lead to massive voter frustration. In problem 5 we showed that In I dislike both these MD and MN voting systems for voting on competing candidates or laws that deal with any qualitative measure. People are not very good at saying exactly how much more they prefer one qualitative issue more than another . Ranking is far easier than rating i.e. I can not easily tell you how much larger a watermelon is to a coconut or cucumber but I can easily give you a
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course POLITICS V53.0810 taught by Professor Stevenjbrams during the Spring '11 term at NYU.

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