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Our Worst Preference : Reforming the Electoral System - Brendan Halligan


This work draws mainly from papers and an article written by Politician and Economist Brendan Halligan on Ireland's Single Transferable Vote system (STV), spanning some 30 years. Each chapter e



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Our Worst Preference : Reforming the Electoral System - Brendan Halligan


This work draws mainly from papers and an article written by Politician and Economist Brendan Halligan on Ireland's Single Transferable Vote system (STV), spanning some 30 years. Each chapter e