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Unformatted text preview: American rights. Many Americans remained uninformed towards political issues and feel that it is not worth gaining any political knowledge, and the number of these citizens is growing by the day. If the law were to be passed forcing Americans to vote, the misconceived voters may not be informed enough to know which candidate supports their political ideals more, so the most qualified candidate may not succeed. The wrong president in office can potentially ruin Americas economic and financial status. The United States of America is responsible for the establishment of democracy in a governing body. Passing the law to require voting will not help America in the long run and it will diminish what little of the constitution remains in this country. If the American truly wants to vote, then he or she can get up from the couch and do so out of choice....
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