The mission of the Democratic Center is to introduce sequential choice and fund voting directly to the general public.
The application of sequential choice and fund voting is examined under that perspective of sociology, which concerns the assumption that societies owe their existence to common tasks, and likewise, under the main theme of anthropology, i.e. what generates human society and keeps it going. This concerns not least important influential people, members of parliament and civil servants on national and international level...
Sequential choice in voting and election is a solution to the age-old problem of logic about how to hold elections for more than two people. Fund voting answers Coleman's dream of a closed-loop system to solve monetary-like problems. The book takes out Arrow's concept of group decision-making.
It is presented how to choose funds when preparing budgets and implementation plans, formulating national and city planning and utilization of resources. The practical use of sequential choice and fund voting is examined from the perspective of social science, how society is created through common management of issues and therefore connected to the anthropological principle in mind, what maintains human society and renews it.