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Carl Milsted is a physicist by day and dabbles in economics and political activism in his spare time. For a quarter century he was a member of the Libertarian Party, but has since realized that narrowing the wealth gap and preserving the environment are as important as constraining excessive government. Today he works on recreating the original liberal alliance, between those who despise oligarchy and those who dislike excessive government. For the past few years he has been collecting an eclectic assortment of ideas to more economically accomplish modern liberal ends while maintaining the sparse, and accountable government sought by the early liberals.
(17 comments) SHARE Sunday, October 27, 2019 Approval Voting, the Easiest Reform of All
Approval Voting is a shockingly simple voting system reform that would get rid of the Lesser of Two Evils Dilemma. It could also be used in parliamentary situations with great ease.
(13 comments) SHARE Thursday, September 12, 2019 Who Should Winnow the Primary Contenders?
Do you want fresh ideas and fresh voices in politics? Then change the voting system. This article kicks off a series on finding the best voting system and getting it put into use. Series: Voting Systems (1 Articles, 1155 views)