[EM] ironclad pro-Condorcet argument?
seppley at alumni.caltech.edu
Wed Aug 25 11:33:21 PDT 2004
Dave K wrote:
> Steve E wrote:
>> But this Robert's procedure nevertheless satisfies the
>> Condorcet criterion, which requires the election of the
>> Condorcet winner if there is one.
> Robert's is into repeated balloting, using the full slate
> of candidates, which usually (BUT NOT ALWAYS) elects the
> CW (if I have to do a demo for nonbelievers, it ain't
> that hard).
I referred to Robert's "single-elimination pairwise"
method, which I consider their "normal" method.
It can't defeat a Condorcet winner, assuming
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