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Why the majority is ruining democracy

29 March 2019

8:57 AM

29 March 2019

8:57 AM

The majority are not always right. It’s obvious, really. The tautology that 50 per cent of people have below-average intelligence alone should prove it. The majority of people are some combination of ill informed, inexperienced, selfish, gullible, or bored of politics. What would they know?

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