, Salem, MA


March 1, 2013

Column: The fallacy of 'low-information' voters


Promises, promises.

Why do I believe ?”

— Naked Eyes

For decades now, the established class has promised a better way forward. Instead, we watch as our liberties and livelihoods are constantly eroded by irrational policies with almost criminal intent. Yet our allegiance to party continues to trump our willingness to support the rare, solitary voice of dissent. Why do we still believe?


Anthony Mirabito is a resident of Middleton. He has written previously for the opinion pages.

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