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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enfranchise.

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  • But the right of recall enfranchises voters in a manner consistent with Justice Kennedy's concurrence and the views of a majority of the Court.

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  • But the right of recall enfranchises voters in a manner consistent with Justice Kennedy's concurrence and the views of a majority of the Court.

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  • Concrete answers are notably absent at the Wall Street rallies, so let me suggest this starting point: we must support an omnibus democracy agenda that both reduces the role of money in elections and politics, and enfranchises and protects voters so that our democracy enjoys full participation.

    Josh Silver: Wall Street Protests: A Right-Left Movement Must Emerge

  • Concrete answers are notably absent at the Wall Street rallies, so let me suggest this starting point: we must support an omnibus democracy agenda that both reduces the role of money in elections and politics, and enfranchises and protects voters so that our democracy enjoys full participation.

    Josh Silver: Wall Street Protests: A Right-Left Movement Must Emerge

  • Concrete answers are notably absent at the Wall Street rallies, so let me suggest this starting point: we must support an omnibus democracy agenda that both reduces the role of money in elections and politics, and enfranchises and protects voters so that our democracy enjoys full participation.

    Josh Silver: Wall Street Protests: A Right-Left Movement Must Emerge

  • Concrete answers are notably absent at the Wall Street rallies, so let me suggest this starting point: we must support an omnibus democracy agenda that both reduces the role of money in elections and politics, and enfranchises and protects voters so that our democracy enjoys full participation.

    Josh Silver: Wall Street Protests: A Right-Left Movement Must Emerge

  • Concrete answers are notably absent at the Wall Street rallies, so let me suggest this starting point: we must support an omnibus democracy agenda that both reduces the role of money in elections and politics, and enfranchises and protects voters so that our democracy enjoys full participation.

    Josh Silver: Wall Street Protests: A Right-Left Movement Must Emerge

  • Concrete answers are notably absent at the Wall Street rallies, so let me suggest this starting point: we must support an omnibus democracy agenda that both reduces the role of money in elections and politics, and enfranchises and protects voters so that our democracy enjoys full participation.

    Josh Silver: Wall Street Protests: A Right-Left Movement Must Emerge

  • Joseph Wright did not take an active part in the debates, but he was part of a group that subscribed to a memorandum opposing the draft constitution on the grounds that it “enfranchises a class of inhabitants totally incapable of self-government” and “will deliver over to stolid and brutish ignorance the political control of the State,” and “encourages the social equality of the white and black races.”

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  • Joseph Wright did not take an active part in the debates, but he was part of a group that subscribed to a memorandum opposing the draft constitution on the grounds that it “enfranchises a class of inhabitants totally incapable of self-government” and “will deliver over to stolid and brutish ignorance the political control of the State,” and “encourages the social equality of the white and black races.”

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