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Should Youth Votes Count More Than Votes Cast by Elderly Citizens?
Youth are the producers of society, so they bear the brunt of economic policy more than the elderly.
More youth are active in the workforce than their elderly counterparts, so labour and economic policies affect them more.
The two statements do not follow. If the youth are “producers” and the old “receivers” there is no mechanism by which, or evidence that, the young “bear the brunt of economic policy” more than the old.