single-member system

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There is a price to be paid if we are to retain the single-member system of elections and insist that the right to vote requires equipopulous voting districts.
Perhaps we should simply jettison the single-member system.
The risks are greater than with a single-member system that the legislative program will disintegrate into a cafeteria-style hodgepodge of concessions to the various factions that make up the governing coalition, any of which measures might prove obnoxious to the great majority of voters.
91) Attempting to create a system of proportional representation in the context of a two-party, single-member system is not realistic.
What happens to women's representation when states change from multimember to single-member systems for electing state legislatures?
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