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April 27, 2006
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Award-winning journalist Sasha Abramsky takes us on a journey through disfranchised America, detailing the revival of antidemocratic laws that came of age in the post-Civil War segregationist South, and profiling Americans who are fighting to regain the right to vote. From the Pacific Northwest to Miami, with stops in a dozen states in between, Abramsky shows how this growing problem has played a decisive role in elections nationwide — from state races all the way up to the closely contested 2000 and 2004 presidential elections.