[EM] Re: worldwide survey on democracy (Abd ul-Rahman Lomax)
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Fri Sep 30 12:33:04 PDT 2005
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So, no it is not there.
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> ] On Behalf Of Steve Barney
> Sent: Friday, September 30, 2005 2:22 PM
> To: election-methods-electorama.com at electorama.com
> Subject: [EM] Re: worldwide survey on democracy (Abd ul-Rahman Lomax)
> Here is a mathematics based attempt answer to your question:
> "Capturing the 'Will of the People'" By: Saari, Donald G.. Ethics,
> Jan2003, Vol. 113 Issue 2, p333, 17p; (AN 9334442)
> Oshkosh, WI
> > Date: Thu, 29 Sep 2005 16:41:59 -0400
> > From: Abd ul-Rahman Lomax <abd at lomaxdesign.com>
> > Subject: Re: [EM] worldwide survey on democracy
> > To: electorama <election-methods at electorama.com>
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> > At 07:53 AM 9/29/2005, Stephen Turner wrote:
> > >This is an interesting worldwide survey carried out by
> > >the BBC and Gallup about:
> > >(i) is your country governed by the will of the
> > >people?
> > >(ii) are your elections free and fair?
> > >
> > >About 65% of people answer "No" to the first.
> > Interesting.
> > What is the "will of the people"? Just curious!
> > I have some idea what "the consent of the people," which is
> > necessary
> > and sufficient for democracy, means, but not "will."
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