Ranked choice voting (RCV) is a practice that offers considerable promise by creating and protecting a more civil commons where more perspectives are included, respect is encouraged, coercion and distortion are minimized, and intersubjective bridging is rewarded.
JIM ANEST, J.D., is an attorney and independent scholar. Over the past 30 years he has worked in a variety of capacities to influence public policy and to question its underlying intellectual and cultural assumptions. He has worked as a legal advocate, policy analyst, board member, legislative staff attorney, and community activist. Recently, he taught classes on Integral Theory at two local colleges near Olympia, Washington.