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What’s Your Vote Worth?

Economist Dambisa Moyo argues that to save liberal democracy, it’s time to kill its core principle: One vote for one person.

It’s hard sometimes not to despair for the future of democracies. Voters can be tribal and poorly informed. Last year the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvania surveyed 1,013 U.S. adults and found that only a quarter could name all three branches of government (executive, legislative, and judicial). A third couldn’t name any.

Dambisa Moyo has had that same sinking feeling. But unlike you, she wrote a book about it. In Edge of

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