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keith_sutherland Donating Member (1 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Dec-03-10 03:45 PM
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24. Sortition and Public Policy
The interesting thing is that all of us think that we've come up with this idea due to our sheer intellectual brilliance, only to discover that we're reinventing a very worn wheel. This is quite reassuring, because it shows that the idea of sortition (random selection for political office) is a natural concept. Regarding some of the extensive literature on the topic see http://imprint-academic.com/pp
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