University of Pittsburgh

Felony disenfranchisement in America: historical origins, institutional racism, and modern consequences

In this new edition, the author makes the compelling argument that state disenfranchisement policies have collective moral and political significance that transcends the personal tragedy of being legally deprived of full citizenship status.

ISBN: 9781438447209
PittCat: JK1846.P48 2013

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