To the editor:
In these days of George Bush's dwindling popularity, more action must be taken than mere complaining by carefully studying candidates and registering to vote. As the presidential primaries and caucuses swing into full gear, it is time for non-registered and non-participatory registered voters to reflect upon the 1988 election results. The flawed Electoral College system made possible the election of Bush, who had a minority of registered support. Sixty percent of potential opposition voters chose to become a powerless segment by choosing not to partake in this fundamental democratic right.
Angus T. McWhorter,