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    In 1998, the people of Puerto Rico held a referendum in which there were five choices:
    - retain commonwealth status,
    - become a state,
    - become independent,
    - adopt "free association" (a type of independence that would delegate
    certain powers to the United States), and
    - "none of the above."
    Discuss the problems that can arise when people vote over five options.

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    In 1998, the people of Puerto Rico held a referendum in which there were five choices:
    - retain commonwealth status,
    - become a state,
    - become independent,
    - adopt "free association" (a type of independence that would delegate
    certain powers to the United States), and
    - "none of the above."
    Discuss the problems that can arise when people vote over five options.
    The ...

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