More on Voting
By Cecil E. Bohanon, T. Norman Van Cott
This article appeared in the Spring 2003 issue of The Independent Review.
Jac Heckelman offers several constructive criticisms of the Bohanon-Cott analysis. A larger lesson to have noted is that the least relevant voters are likely to be uninformed ones.
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