Chapter 10 The Fair Elections Movement in the United States: What is has done and why it is needed



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CHAPTER 10
The Fair Elections Movement in the United States: What is has done and why it is needed
Robert Richie and Steven Hill
A note on terminology: For reasons tied to some of the unique challenges for reform advocates in the United States that are outlined in this article, American reformers have developed a new terminology: “full representation” is often used instead of “proportional representation”, “choice voting” instead of “single transferable vote (STV),” and “instant runoff voting (IRV)” instead of “preferential voting” or “the alterative vote.”



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