Emilee Booth Chapman Has Ideas About Voting with Profound Implications
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There is this idea on the one hand of this mass collective participation, but on the other hand that there's a lot of attention being given to the sort of dignity of each individual contribution. So, I think the experience of voting that is most valuable is when you have these two experiences juxtapose with each other

Emilee Booth Chapman

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Emilee Booth Chapman is an Assistant Professor of Political Science at Stanford University. Her most recent book is Election Day: How We Vote and What It Means for Democracy.

Key Highlights

  • Introduction - 0:40
  • Common Perceptions of Elections - 3:17
  • Creative Work of Politics - 15:15
  • Thoughts on Voting Reforms - 29:49
  • A Model of Good Voting - 39:21

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