If a political party could structurally and permanently ‘proof’ itself against corruption

If a political party could structurally and permanently ‘proof’ itself against corruption, would it have a selective advantage or disadvantage in the political ecosystem? An interesting question, if considering democracy from an evolutionary perspective.

3 thoughts on “If a political party could structurally and permanently ‘proof’ itself against corruption

  1. @seishonagon I was imaging a party that somehow made it impossible for its elected representatives to be, act, or become corrupted. Perhaps a hyper transparency model of some kind? I appreciate it’s a thought experiment only.

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