Pay To Vote? How Markets Could Fix Democracy

October 30, 2016

Economist E. Glen Weyl has invented a market-driven voting system that he believes is much fairer and more democratic than one-vote-per-person majority rule.  It's called Quadratic Voting and it starts with giving everyone a bunch of tokens, or chips, along with a simple mathematical formula for voting.

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