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Chapter 9: Condorcet jury theorems
9. Condorcet jury theorems Bryan C. McCannon 9.1 INTRODUCTION Consider the following dilemma. A decision needs to be made to adopt one of two options. We have common preferences in that one option is objectively better for all of us. Unfortunately...
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