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Now More Than Ever, Your Vote Doesn’t Matter
By Cecil E. Bohanon
T. Norman Van Cott

This article appeared in the Spring 2002 issue of The Independent Review


Abstract

“Your vote matters” was the most repeated platitude to emerge from the 2000 U.S. presidential election. But, the uncertainties of the recount mechanism—procedural, legal and human—showed that any individual vote counts even less than the skeptics had believed.



Other Independent Review articles by Cecil E. Bohanon
    Spring 2005   Tariffs, Immigration, and Economic Insulation: A New View of the U.S. Post-Civil War Era
    Spring 2003   More on Voting

Other Independent Review articles by T. Norman Van Cott
    Spring 2007   Doomsters, Evil I’s, and Tunnel-Vision Economics
    Spring 2005   Tariffs, Immigration, and Economic Insulation: A New View of the U.S. Post-Civil War Era
    Spring 2003   More on Voting
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Volume 6 Number 4
Spring 2002

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