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Summary of Changes to State Felon Disfranchisement Law 1865-2003

April 01, 2003
Christopher Uggen and Jeff Manza
This document includes tables describing national trends in disenfranchisement laws by decade and state-based changes since 1975, and a chart illustrating the percentage of states that practiced disenfranchisement between 1780 and 2002.

This document includes tables describing national trends in disenfranchisement laws by decade and state-based changes since 1975, and a chart illustrating the percentage of states that practiced disenfranchisement between 1780 and 2002.

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