The Pasha's Gift: How the Few Benefit the Many By Arguing About The Perfect World2 Our Constitutional Logic 113 (2012)
AbstractWe 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.
- voting regimes,
- parliamentary procedure,
Publication DateAugust, 2012
Citation InformationPeter 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/