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Suppose that we have three voters and four alternatives, and suppose the individual preference lists are as follows: Voter 1: abcd Voter 2: cabd Voter 3: b dca Suppose that the social choice procedure being used is sequential pairwise voting with a fixed agenda, and that you have agenda-setting power (that is, you get to choose the order). What order should you choose if you want alternative a to be the social choice? O a vs. d, then winner vs. b, then winner vs. c O c vs. d, then winner vs. b, then winner vs. a a vs. c, then winner vs. b, then winner vs. d a vs. c, then winner vs. d, then winner vs. b a vs. b, then winner vs. c, then winner vs. d

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