Whose Vote Counts? (New Democracy Forum)

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The only reason we don't have proportional representation in the United States is that it hadn't been invented yet when the Constitution was written. But the Founding Fathers would have loved it. This book tells why-in language that's lively, accessible, provocative, and full of common sense. --Hendrik Hertzberg

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Robert Richie and Steven Hill are executive director and western regional director, respectively, of the Center for Voting and Democracy, a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit organization that promotes reforms to increase fair representation and voter participation.

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