Friday, Oct. 28, 2016
Having laid down his challenge to get engaged in public policy making, Bruce Doern set on to do more than his part.
Lots of attention is paid to the actions of the players during the theatrics of Question Period; meanwhile, the motivations or consequences of certain acts and sometimes even the substance of the issues are relegated to footnote status, at best.
Dennis Pilon's The Politics of Voting offers the reader a thorough treatise of how and how much various voting systems do or do not address this 'right to representation.'
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