Commentary_ The Case for Compulsory Voting _ The National Interest

But ultimately when two parties have a s tranglehold

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Unformatted text preview: ing a $1000 limit on politic al donations by a s ingle pers on -- all thes e will help. But ultimately when two parties have a s tranglehold over the national dis c ours e, and no new ideas are permitted to intrude, this is the main c aus e of politic al apathy . And, s adly , the one thing whic h would do the mos t to reinvigorate democ rac y -- a parliamentary s y s tem whic h c an dis s olve a dy s func tional government in a heartbeat -- is c ons titutionally unlik ely . The Founding Fathers really s c rewed things up. Login or regis ter to pos t c omments s earc h The National Interes trc h Sea Sec urity Soc iety Ec onomic s Politic s Magaz ine Artic les Blogs Videos Global Governanc e Regions Subs c ribe Digital nationalinter est.or g /commentar y/the- case- compulsor y- voting - 7691 2/2...
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