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Any election method that complies with the Smith criterion also complies with the Condorcet winner criterion, since if there is a Condorcet winner, then that winner is the only member of the Smith set. Voting methods that pass the Smith criterion are called "Smith-efficient" (or often "Smith-efficient Condorcet methods"). They also pass the mutual majority criterion, as the Smith set will always be a subset of the mutual majority-preferred set of candidates (each of the mutual majority-preferred candidates pairwise beats all non-mutual majority-preferred candidates by a majority, but some of them may pairwise beat each other, so the Smith set will at most be all of them.)
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