Math and elections - the politician as analytics-driven marketerScene 1: A market in Athens, 500 BC, gentle murmur (in Greek, naturally).

Cleisthenes gathers his robes around him and asks for calm. And in the nervous silence that ensues, tells the crowd that the era of autocrats and aristocrats is over. That every citizen has the right to determine who will run the state. (And thus begins the first attempt to convince us that we matter.)

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