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Modern generations assume that universal suffrage is a moral necessity of any democracy. Does that assumption hold up against scrutiny? The theory of popular democracy (“popular” implying inclusion of all or most citizens) reflects our emphasis on the value of free will. The basic argument for universal suffrage is: “Everyone is due free will (even […]
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