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This method was used in many political elections in the United States in the early 20th Century. In most states it was repealed and in a few states it was found to violate the state constitution.
== Satisfied criteria ==
Bucklin satisfies the [[Plurality criterion]], the [[Majority criterion for solid coalitions]], [[Monotonicity criterion|Monotonicity]], ''Later-no-help'', and [[Minimal Defense criterion|Minimal Defense]] (which implies satisfaction of the [[Strong Defensive Strategy criterion]]). It fails the [[Condorcet criterion]], [[Strategic nomination|Clone Independence]], [[Participation criterion|Participation]], and [[Later-no-harm criterion|Later-no-harm]].
=== An example ===
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