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LaBarge May 7 th , 2008 Response to Reading Question In reading, “Why Vote?” by Gendin, one is able to comprehend how against voting the author really is . Not so much against the act of voting, but really against those who reject the act of not voting because it would be detrimental if everyone else followed the non-voter’s lead . He feels that the act of simply not voting is not horrendous by itself, so there’s really no reason to insinuate how wrong it is by asking the question “What would happen if everyone didn’t vote?” He begins by giving examples of a sole act that when looked at by itself is considered very wrong . Some examples of this include: rape and murder . He is basically saying that this behavior alone is awful and everyone knows this so there’s no reason to make It seem atrocious by adding in the hypothetical question: “What if everyone else behaved like this?” His gives an example similar to that of not voting and that would be the act of shoplifting
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