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"Jason Brennan's surprising investigation of the ethics of voting grapples with some of the most entrenched dogmas in our political culture. . . . His conclusions will shake some readers up, and our thinking about democracy will be better for the debates that are sure to ensue."--David Estlund, Brown University
"This is a fascinating book about a very important topic. . . . The Ethics of Voting abounds in interesting claims and good arguments with often surprising conclusions. Beautifully clear and eminently readable, it will be noticed."--Geoffrey Brennan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Brennan's book is provocative in the best sense of the word--a fresh and challenging approach to important matters in political theory and political ethics."--Richard Dagger, University of Richmond
If 51 senators are needed to vote to save the republic, every one of those votes are as vital as the last one cast. Read morePublished on April 13, 2013 by stuart bugg
The author assumes that our votes will be counted, will be counted accurately, and can influence government policy. This is not the case. Read morePublished on November 1, 2012 by Mark E. Smith