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Compulsory voting : for and against / Jason Brennan, Lisa Hill.

par Brennan, Jason; Hill, Lisa.
Materialtype: materialTypeLabelLivreÉditeur : New York, N. Y. : Cambridge University Press, c2014Description : vii, 231 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN : 9781107613928.Sujet(s) : Voting, Compulsory | Elections | SuffrageClassification Dewey : 324.65 B838
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Machine generated contents note : Part I. Medicine Worse than Disease? Against Compulsory Voting Jason Brennan: 1. The heavy burden of proof; 2. Democratic legitimacy and the consequences of compulsion; 3. Do your share or else; 4. Should we force the drunk to drive? Part II. Compulsory Voting Defended Lisa Hill: 5. Compulsory voting: background, effects, feasibility and basic premises; 6. Turnout, abstention, and democratic legitimacy; 7. Is compulsory voting an unjustified burden on personal autonomy? Is there a right not to vote?; 8. Is requiring people to vote contrary to democratic values?; 9. Conclusion.
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Fall 2014 Selected Accessions List -- Politics and Government

Includes bibliographical references (p. 205-223) and index.

Machine generated contents note : Part I. Medicine Worse than Disease? Against Compulsory Voting Jason Brennan: 1. The heavy burden of proof; 2. Democratic legitimacy and the consequences of compulsion; 3. Do your share or else; 4. Should we force the drunk to drive? Part II. Compulsory Voting Defended Lisa Hill: 5. Compulsory voting: background, effects, feasibility and basic premises; 6. Turnout, abstention, and democratic legitimacy; 7. Is compulsory voting an unjustified burden on personal autonomy? Is there a right not to vote?; 8. Is requiring people to vote contrary to democratic values?; 9. Conclusion.

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