Saving American Elections: A Diagnosis and Prescription for a Healthier Democracy
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How does one know what fixes will work? What type of reforms are actually needed? In this book, Anthony Gierzynski addresses the state of electoral reform discourse by offering a new approach that borrows from the field of medicine.
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Doctors do not prescribe treatment until they have a diagnosis. The same should be true of those who prescribe treatments for American elections. This book works up such a full diagnosis of the problems besetting American elections, drawing from the extant research in political science and other disciplines. It utilizes research and data on elections, the mass media, political parties, and public opinion. Once complete, the diagnosis makes clear what is needed to improve the state of elections.
If one then adds in the state of knowledge from the extent research literature, the author argues, one has a template that not only points out the needed treatments but also which treatments are likely to be effective. Gierzynski then uses this template to sort through and evaluate the prescriptions for elections that involve the media, the electoral structure, political parties, electoral law and administration, and the public itself, while offering a few of his own.
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He concludes the book with a list of prescriptions that addresses what has been diagnosed, along with what have proven to be effective or likely to be effective. By putting reform proposals in the context of a complete diagnosis of the system, it becomes obvious which changes to the political system will address what is actually wrong. Combining the diagnosis with what the research has proven on the likely effectiveness of various treatments, Gierzynski argues, offers the best way to assess prescribed reforms.
The effect of such an approach results in some surprising conclusions regarding election reform. Beyond the prescriptions proffered in the book, the framework Gierzynski develops for evaluating reform proposals can help scholars and others sort through any new reform proposals. The framework can also prove useful to the reform community by helping them focus on what needs to be done and what can be done, channeling their efforts in ways that would be more fruitful.
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