Summary: The Myth of the Rational Voter
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This complete summary of “The Myth of the Rational Voter” by Bryan Caplan, a renowned economist and political commentator, presents his investigation into why voters are largely influenced by misconceptions, irrational beliefs and personal opinions. In his book, the author reveals how voters continue to elect the candidates that share their personal beliefs, which means that bad policies are chosen again and again due to public demand. Caplan boldly questions assumptions about America’s politics and claims that democracy is failing because politicians choose bad policies to satisfy the electorate.
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• Understand why uninformed voters pose a threat to the essence of democracy
• Expand your knowledge of American politics and elections
To learn more, read “The Myth of the Rational Voter” and find out the truth behind American politics and how irrational voters essentially hold all the power.