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  • Perhaps, as a think tank, you could provide an alvaenrtite model for engaging voters & encouraging them to vote and express their opinions in manner that is ideologically neutral?It could be that I´m very naive and have a somewhat idealistic impression of what think tanks are supposed to do, but surely it´s a bit more than repeating the tired old “you couldn´t make it up” and “guess who´s paying for it!” lines.Alternativiely, if I´ve missed your take on this, could you point me towards it? I´m afraid I couldn´t find any links to an alvaenrtite model in the above post.
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