What about a meta election?

Markus Schulze schulze at sol.physik.tu-berlin.de
Sun Oct 4 09:52:15 PDT 1998

Demorep wrote (4 Oct 1998):
> Demorep1 wrote-
> Any tiebreaker must obviously be mathematically understandable to
John/Mary Q.
> Voter with 100 political I.Q.'s.
> Mr.  Schulze wrote--
> To know how to buy a flight ticket, you don't have to know
> how the airline makes its vehicle routing or how a plane
> functions.
> Demorep1- Choosing a President of the United States (who happens to be
> defending western civilization) by an election reform method (to get rid of
> the indirect minority rule 12th Amendment) is a little more serious than
> choosing an airline ticket (or a fast food place or a movie or a TV show,
> etc.) by an election method in a group of persons.

I agree with you. But to my opinion, this is rather an argument for
a better, but more complicated, than for a worse, but less complicated,
election method.

Markus Schulze

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