Electoral corruption is not normal corruption

by on December 6, 2019 0

Take, for example, colonial election laws prohibiting “treatment” – the common practice at the time of candidates distributing food, alcohol and other gifts near polling stations on polling days. . While dealing was superficially neutral – men could accept gifts and vote for whomever they preferred – it was nonetheless an effective form of...

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Hunter Biden’s Legal and Socially Acceptable Corruption

by on September 27, 2019 0

How is this become standard practice? The whistleblower scandal that sparked the fourth presidential impeachment process in American history re-enacted a spectacle from the start of this decade: the jaw-dropping feast of scavengers who toured Ukraine as of Viktor Yanukovych, a kleptocrat linked to Moscow, was ousted from power. The Ukrainian crisis is the...

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