Movement For Democracy In The US Divided and Conquered

The movement for voting-system reform (or revolution) is tragically divided into two camps. One camp says, give us what we want in the single-winner case, that is the most important thing, and we won’t show any solidarity about seating legislators. The other camp is the other way around. They say, we will concentrate on optimizing voting for legislative seats, and we will throw the single-winner case under the bus.

Moreover, at least one of these camps (and probably the other one as well) has placed its outreach process in the hands of paid staffers. These experience a conflict of interest between the nominal purposes of the movement and continuing to make a living off the movement.

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