Salvadorans Go to the Ballot Box  

Ever since Condorcet formulated his paradox, it has been impossible to believe that every (free and clean) election clearly expresses the general will. The distribution of voters’ preferences can yield incongruous results. For example, let’s suppose that a third of …

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