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What if no one votes? When does voting tip from being not worth it to being worth it according...

to Game Theory? In the book "Gaming the Vote" it says that: In 1844, an abolitionist spoiler put a slave-owner in the White House. In 1848, a former Democratic president sabotages the Democratic Party’s changes. In 1884, a Prohibition Party candidate helped elect a supposedly “ally of the saloon.” In 1912, a former Republican candidate prevented the reelection of a Republican president. In 2000, a consumer and environmental advocate elected the favored candidate of corporate America.

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