The Price of Freedom: An iPod Touch


| 11/23/2007 3:00:06 PM


In a recent survey by the New York University journalism school, 20 percent of students said that they’d give up the right to vote in the 2008 election in exchange for an iPod Touch. The NYU student newspaper Washington Square News reports that half the students said they’d give up the right to vote forever in exchange for $1 million. —Bennett Gordon

(Thanks, Kottke.org.)



 



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