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Evaluations of Miller, Clark A.

Clark A. Miller is the Assistant Professor of Public Affairs at Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs, Faculty Affiliate of the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment, and a member of the Robert and Jean Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies. You can visit his website here:
Miller does not strongly advocate a certain voting procedure, but more a uniformed voting procedure. So, bias issues do not likely exist. Also, since this source is peer-reviewed, any bias is probably eliminated, and the accuracy is probably strengthened. Hence, the source can be taken as truth because of the authors affiliation with public affairs and because the source is peer-reviewed.

This is a very well written article that investigates the idea of having a uniform voting system. Millerís bias is towards not having a uniform voting system due to the fact that humans do not cast votes uniformly. He states that we need humans to check ballots and be the deciding factor. Some excellent points were made and incidents involving the Supreme Court and the 2000 presidential election were well cited to make this source very accurate in its arguments. The authorís motivation in this article seems to be for the purpose of showing just how complex counting votes is.~ti89titanium

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