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The Pasha's Gift: How the Few Benefit the Many By Arguing About The Perfect World
2 Our Constitutional Logic 113 (2012)
  • Peter J. Aschenbrenner, Purdue University
Abstract
We know that process matters (for the wrong reasons) because participants in the process of organizing future process (such as a convention organizing a congress) will seek to ‘game’ the process. But does why the legislative (second-named) process exist at all? The presumption of rejection asserts that the many are jealous of the few; so how can the few overcome the presumption? The net social benefit conferred by the few is investigated and the Pasha’s search for answers requited.
Keywords
  • voting regimes,
  • parliamentary procedure,
  • process,
  • merit
Publication Date
August, 2012
Citation Information
Peter J. Aschenbrenner. "The Pasha's Gift: How the Few Benefit the Many By Arguing About The Perfect World" 2 Our Constitutional Logic 113 (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/peter_aschenbrenner/55/