William Watson: The case against compulsory voting—why conscript the uninformed?

In Opinion, Research by Michael Rae

I’ve been a fan of U.S. politics since 1965 or 1966 when, shortly after it came out in paperback, my father gave me Ted Sorensen’s JFK biography, Kennedy, for Christmas or my birthday. (That was the complete title: Books didn’t have baroque subtitles in those days.) A quarter century or

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