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  • ISBN: 9780737773002
  • ISBN: 0737773006
  • ISBN: 9780737773019
  • ISBN: 0737773014
  • Physical Description: print
    242 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Farmington Hills, Mich. : Greenhaven Press, [2015]

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Formatted Contents Note: Are Voting Rights Act protections still necessary? The court was right to strike down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act / John Roberts -- The court should not have struck down Section 4 of the Voting Rights Act / John Paul Stevens -- The Congressional Voting Rights Amendment Act is vital / Ari Berman -- The Congressional Voting Rights Amendment Act is a bad idea / Hans A. von Spakovsky -- Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act is vital / Sandhya Bathija -- Are states restricting voting rights? Supreme error / Richard L. Hasen -- North Carolina is protecting the integrity of voting / Mark H. Creech -- Why Pennsylvania's Voter ID Law is unconstitutional / Garrett Epps -- Winning the fight for Voter-ID / John Fund -- Texas is not restricting women's right to vote / PolitiFact -- How do voting rights apply to particular groups? Encouraging immigrants to vote strengthens democracy / Tova Andrea Wang -- Fraudulent voting by illegal immigrants is a serious problem / Jim Kouri -- Voter fraud is not a serious problem / Amy Bingham -- Felons should be enfranchised / Candice Bernd -- What Holder isn't saying about letting felons vote / Michael B. Mukasey -- Birthright / Jonathan Bernstein -- People with mental disabilities should have the right to vote / Deanna Pan -- Incompetent voters should not be allowed to vote / Jason Brennan -- Can changing voting procedures promote fairness and equality? A bipartisan path to fixing America's broken elections / Michael Waldman -- Partisanship will prevent equitable voting reform / Philip Bump -- Bilingual ballots protect voting rights / Adam Serwer -- Bilingual ballots are unnecessary and can lead to fraud / Linda Chavez -- The stakes of Florida's special election / George F. Will -- Restrictions on early voting are discriminatory / Dan Froomkin -- Ranked-choice voting in Minneapolis has contributed to inequality / Lawrence R. Jacobs and Joanne M. Miller -- Ranked-choice voting in Minneapolis has not contributed to inequality / David Schultz.
Summary, etc.: "Opposing Viewpoints is the leading source for libraries and classrooms in need of current-issue materials. The viewpoints are selected from a wide range of highly respected sources and publications"--
Subject: Suffrage United States History
Voting United States History
Minorities Suffrage United States History
United States.
United States Politics and government

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Voting Rights
Voting Rights
by Greenhaven Press Staff (Editor); Berlatsky, Noah (Editor)
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Voting Rights


Editor Noah Berlatsky helps readers delve into the issues surrounding voting rights such as whether or not voting rights protections are still necessary, if states are restricting voting rights, if voting rights apply to particular groups, and if changing voting procedures can promote equality. The essays that debate each of these subjects are selected from a wide range of highly respected sources and publications.
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