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On the way to the voting booth

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This chapter considers some ethical questions concerning an individual person's participation in elections the results of which are bound to affect many other people beside that particular individual.
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Ethics, Separation of powers, Voting

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Van Dun, Frank. 2010. “On the Way to the Voting Booth.” In Why Liberty : Personal Journeys Toward Peace & Freedom, ed. Marc Guttman, 133–142. Apple Valley, CA, USA: Cobden Press.
APA
Van Dun, F. (2010). On the way to the voting booth. In M. Guttman (Ed.), Why Liberty : personal journeys toward peace & freedom (pp. 133–142). Apple Valley, CA, USA: Cobden Press.
Vancouver
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Van Dun F. On the way to the voting booth. In: Guttman M, editor. Why Liberty : personal journeys toward peace & freedom. Apple Valley, CA, USA: Cobden Press; 2010. p. 133–42.
MLA
Van Dun, Frank. “On the Way to the Voting Booth.” Why Liberty : Personal Journeys Toward Peace & Freedom. Ed. Marc Guttman. Apple Valley, CA, USA: Cobden Press, 2010. 133–142. Print.
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  abstract     = {This chapter considers some ethical questions concerning an individual person's participation in elections the results of which are bound to affect many other people beside that particular individual.},
  author       = {Van Dun, Frank},
  booktitle    = {Why Liberty : personal journeys toward peace \& freedom},
  editor       = {Guttman, Marc },
  isbn         = {9781935942009},
  keyword      = {Ethics,Separation of powers,Voting},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {133--142},
  publisher    = {Cobden Press},
  title        = {On the way to the voting booth},
  year         = {2010},
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