Measurement of Ideology Based on Per Capita Vote Versus Money Count Vote in Korea
This paper studies political confrontation developed through ideological differences as well as economic confrontation developed by income inequality. Political confrontation is a shadow of human history. The French Revolution was an uprising against the inheritance of the royal class; subsequently, the Marxist revolution tried to remove inheritance through wealth.
This research was supported by the National Research Foundation of Korea (2014S1A3A2044032).
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