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When an economist attempts to prove that it is irrational to vote in national elections (because the effort expended outweighs the likely benefit to the individual voter), they use the term because they do not wish to say irrational for actors for whom civic participation, political ideals, of the common good are not values in themselves, but who view public affairs only in terms of personal advantage.

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