Tag Archives: Referendums

A cocktail of biases

(featured image: delo) Jumping to conclusions – the easiest kind of exercise, especially on a Sunday morning I learned three things this week: two things I didn’t know, and one thing I did know, but regularly seem to forget. All of … Continue reading

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The trouble with referendums

How a democratic process can lead to consequences of a questionable democratic character People are a motley crew, really. Every one of us has their own set of preferences. Thankfully the free market makes sure that someone offers exactly what … Continue reading

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