Insurmountable Obstacles

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Ralph Nader faces several insurmountable obstacles in his 2004 bid for the presidency, from overcoming restrictive ballot-access laws used to limit political competition to forging an ad hoc coalition between elements of the political left and right.

Public-choice economics, popularized by Gordon Tullock . . .

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