Ending The
Hidden Unfairness
In U.S. Elections

What To Read
If You Donít Have Time
To Read The Entire Book

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Ending The Hidden Unfairness In U.S. Elections
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You have two minutes to read about the most important ideas in this book. The outside back cover
You want a couple of minutes of enlightening entertainment. The cartoons on pages 18, 22, 30, 48, 67, 109, 308, and 360, or the poem on page 391
You only have time to read one short chapter. The overview on pages 9 through 15
You want to flip through the book and just read the most important concepts. The highlighted words, which are also flagged with the exclamation-point symbol
You want to learn about the two most important changes that are needed to make election results fair. Chapter 11: Letting Voters Indicate Their Second Choice, Third Choice, And So On (page 225) and Chapter 12: VoteFair Ranking Reveals True Popularity (page 237)
You want to know how U.S. Presidents can be elected in a way that produces fair results. Chapter 10: Solving The Electoral-College Riddle (page 207) and Chapter 18: Fixing The Broken Presidential Race (page 323)
You want to know how to fairly elect a specific kind of official, such as a cityís Mayor or a small organizationís President, Treasurer, and Secretary. The table on page 364
You want to know how a group of people can collectively rank the importance of budget categories, choose the best logo, or otherwise identify the popularity of choices that arenít candidates. Chapter 14: Decision-Making, And Ranking Choices That Arenít Candidates (page 279)
You want to know what you can do to promote fair election results. The Taking Action section at the end of each chapter
You want to know why the voting methods we now use are so easily influenced by campaign contributions. Chapter 1: Following The Political Money Trail (page 19), Chapter 2: What Does the Money Buy? (page 41), and Chapter 5: Why Plurality Voting Makes Results Easy To Manipulate (page 113)
You want to know what will happen when todayís primitive voting methods are replaced by truly fair voting methods. Chapter 23: Whatís Ahead? (page 369)
You are adventurous! The table of contents on the next page, then jump to whatever chapters sound interesting

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