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Make Democracy Great Again: Liquid Democracy
A problem with the common "two party" situation common in representative democracy is that they are slow to react to changes in society.
With a "two party" system, the incentive for the two major parties is to not take risks. Whilst smaller parties can take risks and adapt to new changes in society, they are unlikely to get voted into power.
In the US, parties vote in line with their promises more than
of the time. It may be better for parties to follow these election promises, rather than react quickly (but against their party platforms) to perceived changes in society.
A multi-party system is slower than a two-party system.