Loyola Professor Al Gini: “When you don’t vote you get exactly the kind of government you deserve”

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Al Gini and Justin Kaufmann

Al Gini, Professor of Business Ethics at Loyola University and The Download’s resident philosopher, joins Justin to talk about the current political season, the philosophy surrounding voting, why some people decide to give up their duty to vote, the right to protest and the concept of primary fatigue. Could this be the election that kills voter interest?

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