The Public Choice Revolution

This paper is about a new book called Public Choice (of ethics). It raises very interesting examples about voting and voting behaviour, you start wondering if your vote really worthy (the paradox of voting called). The paper can provide you a different look on democracy and the ‘power to vote’

Thanks to Robert for supplying the paper

the public choice revolution

 

Update: Why is it that Conservatives are so good at winning and Progressives produce a lackluster resistance at best? The answer comes from a fundamental insight from evolutionary biology. Stated simply, it goes like this:

When two groups compete, the one with the most social cohesion wins in the long run. see: this online article/ paper