Friday , March 22 2019

On Voting

Summary:
Since each person votes for different reasons, we can't morally say that the outcome of an election binds people to any specific law or policy. Original article (excerpted from No Treason No. VI: The Constitution of No Authority): "On Voting". Narrated by Matt Pritchard.

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Since each person votes for different reasons, we can't morally say that the outcome of an election binds people to any specific law or policy.

Original article (excerpted from No Treason No. VI: The Constitution of No Authority): "On Voting".

Narrated by Matt Pritchard.

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