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Andrew Clark Apr 12
Replying to @smotus
*cough* brexit *cough*
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grant Robertson Apr 12
Replying to @smotus @MollyJongFast
It’s the end of democracy as we know it. Tra la la
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Jamie Schler Apr 12
Dear Great Britain, Let me introduce you to Switzerland. Sincerely, A caring friend
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Miranda Yaver Apr 12
Replying to @smotus @KevinKBanda
Ha, I just started teaching about direct democracy and there were some concerns about that (but next class I’m teaching on information shortcuts).
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Christopher Shields Apr 12
Replying to @smotus @MollyJongFast
Usually they’re pretty good about it. They send a package of info with a letter from both sides for and against the referendum. Good on them for calling a foul against themselves.
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Alonzo Church Apr 12
Replying to @smotus @dandrezner
Read the article before howling out hot takes. The case turns on materially erroneous statistics issued by the government that directly influenced the vote.
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Sebastian H Apr 12
Replying to @smotus @dandrezner
This seems like a judicial power ripe for abuse whatever you think of the outcome here.
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#GoHawks Apr 12
you mean the end of blatant mis-information campaigns that ruin democracy? Yup
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Max Small Apr 12
What are information shortcuts?
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grant Robertson Apr 12
I was thinking more like Putin Trump Netanyahu, crooks like that who shut down any opposition.
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Alan Morgan Apr 12
Replying to @smotus
If we overturned referendums because voters were poorly informed then we might as well not have referendums at all.
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