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The Case Against Voting Reform James Forder

The Case Against Voting Reform

James Forder

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This year, forty-five million people will decide whether to change our electoral system. The Case Against Voting Reform explains why the proposed change would be a disaster for British democracy. Meticulously argued and with a forensic eye forMoreThis year, forty-five million people will decide whether to change our electoral system. The Case Against Voting Reform explains why the proposed change would be a disaster for British democracy. Meticulously argued and with a forensic eye for detail, this is the first book to explain why the current system is far more conducive to effective, accountable government than any alternative. Asserting that governments are always best selected by voters, not political deals, Forder mounts a stirring defence of first-past-the-post against both Proportional Representation and AV, the system which even Nick Clegg dubbed a miserable little compromise.