About the Proportional Representation Foundation
The Proportional Representation Foundation (PR Foundation) is dedicated to public education on the subject of proportional representation and its benefits for democratic institutions, public and private. We are convinced that the future of PR advocacy in the United States must rest on a foundation of public education. Our purpose is to help to build that foundation directly, and to be a resource to other advocates of democratic reforms.
The Foundation is, for now, an informal membership organization. Jonathan Lundell is its General Secretary.
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Except where otherwise noted, this work is copyright 2010 by Jonathan Lundell and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
I have relied on a shelf full of books and papers on PR and related subject. There are too many to list here, but I have included quite a few in the site bibliography. I will single out the work of Douglas Amy and Kathleen Barber as having been especially helpful in construction these pages.
Other individuals who have been of special help, directly or indirectly, in creating this site include Brian Wichmann, David Hill, James Gilmour, Jo Chamberlain and Juho Laatu. I apologize for omitting other names that should be included, but one of the advantages of electronic formats is that I can (and will) correct my mistakes as I go.
Thanks also to those who have read this site and taken the time to comment. I can’t promise to incorporate every suggestion, but I will consider each one seriously.
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