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Argument: Depriving prisoners a vote wrongly disenfranchises them

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==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2001/may/11/prisonsandprobation.election2001 Daniel Machover. "Prisoners too should voteToday's agenda". The Guardian. May 11, 2001] - There is a corrosive effect on a democracy when a certain group is banned from voting, especially if that group is already "unpopular", as with prisoners. [http://www.guardian.co.uk/politics/2001/may/11/prisonsandprobation.election2001 Daniel Machover. "Prisoners too should voteToday's agenda". The Guardian. May 11, 2001] - There is a corrosive effect on a democracy when a certain group is banned from voting, especially if that group is already "unpopular", as with prisoners.

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Daniel Machover. "Prisoners too should voteToday's agenda". The Guardian. May 11, 2001 - There is a corrosive effect on a democracy when a certain group is banned from voting, especially if that group is already "unpopular", as with prisoners.

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