A Controversial Opinion

October 30, 2008 | NeW Staff

It is assumed to be of the utmost importance that everyone votes in this election. Today, on grounds, a student asked me to sign a “Pledge to Vote” promising that I would do my duty on Tuesday. As Karin posted, is this attitude to voting correct?

This economist gives his “controversial” opinion about educated voters. 

How do you think this stance would be regarded by most people today? We know that extremes of this take have led to abuses in the past. Is there any legitimacy to it? 
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