BAMA TAX REFORM

Steven Taylor applies rationality to voting behavior in Alabama. This concept was so novel that none of the newspapers in the state picked it up.

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  1. Rationality and taxes
    Steven Taylor of PoliBlog uses rational choice theory as a jumping-off point for a discussion of Tuesday’s tax reform referendum in Alabama. It’s an interesting…

  2. Rationality and taxes
    Steven Taylor of PoliBlog uses rational choice theory as a jumping-off point for a discussion of Tuesday’s tax reform referendum in Alabama. It’s an interesting…

  3. Modulator says:

    Late Night Reading
    The Ten Commandments by David Horsey. Via Avedon Carol. Will the folks of Alabama be rational at the polls on September 9? Steven at Poliblogger reviews their options. Via Outside the Beltway. A number of folks have commented on bush’s speach: Left I o…