Double Voting

Australasian Journal of Philosophy 92 (4):743-758 (2014)
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Abstract

The democratic egalitarian ideal requires that everyone should enjoy equal power over the world through voting. If it is improper to vote twice in the same election, why should it be permissible for dual citizens to vote in two different places? Several possible excuses are considered and rejected

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Robert Goodin
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