# Political Science

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Based on Bryan Caplan's book, The Myth of the Rational Voter:

Offer your own opinion, and critical analysis, to Caplan’s argument about “rational
irrationality.” What are the implications about Caplan’s story for American
democracy? Do you agree with his story? Do you agree with the implications you
have defined? How should we address these implications?

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