First, citizens don’t vote for a representative simply based on who they judge as best matching their interests, but rather on who they judge as best matching their interests given the candidate’s chances of winning in the election. Second, the… Read More ›
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Two very interesting maps by Kieran Healy showing the disjunct between first and second place candidates in each constituency in the UK under our absurd voting system. It’s an important analysis worth reading in full.
On Wednesday I went to visit the People’s History Museum in Manchester and attended the Museums and Academics Research Network’s first meeting in their light and bright reading room. The purpose was to learn about how the Museum’s collections can… Read More ›