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LAST UPDATED SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21 2000
Is Voting Immoral?
10/21/2000
free-market.net is hosting a vibrant forum for libertarians about the 2000 election. Distinguished libertarians such as David Friedman and even Harry Browne himself have contributed to the bulletin board.

Some libertarians believe that it's simply immoral to vote, and thereby take part in this process of oppression and violation of human rights. Others say they're going to vote for Harry to send a clear message to the authorities and the media. Yet others believe that voting for Bush is the right thing to do, to prevent "Mr. Socialism", Al Gore, from reaching power. Some say that strategic voting is useless, because you only have one vote out of millions. The debate is interesting, so go see for yourself by clicking on this link.
Is Voting Immoral?
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