Felony disenfranchisement is the act of suppressing or denying a person the right to vote due to a criminal conviction. This law has been occurring in the U.S. since around 1792 and still persists today. In this presentation, the point of view of people who support felony disenfranchisement is put into perspective and explained based on moral and political ideologies. The arguments against felony disenfranchisement are also discussed and mainly consist of rebuttals or counterarguments for the opposing side. The presentation ends with the question of what the viewer considers fair and just and if they support or oppose the idea of felony disenfranchisement.
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