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Learning Objectives

  • How large democratic assemblies can be.

  • The benefits of party representation and personal representation.

  • Different rules and voting procedures for proportional representation.

  • The relationship between assembly size, district magnitude, and the number of parties.

  • The "micro–mega rule" for the choice of electoral systems.

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