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The generally heated scholarly and political debates over Bush versus Gore, the election, and Bush v. Gore, the case, can be seen to relate to two competing visions of democratic theory and the role of the vote therein. Minimalists such as Richard Posner have low expectations for the role of individual voter participation; such theorists view the 2000 presidential election as a statistical tie that had to be broken, one way or another, and the U.S Supreme Court's role in breaking it as adoi:10.2139/ssrn.337680 fatcat:w4j27cmyynhurlruy77a27y7ai