History Questions.


Qestion 1
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In the 2000 presidential election,
only forty percent of eligible voters voted.
George Bush eventually was named the winner, with only three electoral votes separating him and Al Gore.
it could be argued that most voters were voting against either George W. Bush or Al Gore, rather than for either of them.
most people polled said that they were disgusted with politics in general.