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From Rappler.com: Vote selling among the poor a 'logical' decision - think tank

This article was originally published in the online publication Rappler.com last 25 April 2016 <http://www.rappler.com/move-ph/130722-vote-selling-poor-logical-institut...>.

Vote selling among the poor a 'logical' decision - think tank
by Aika Rey (Rappler.com)

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