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The introduction sets the context for the issues to be examined in the book. It outlines the nature of the debates on prisoner enfranchisement and details each of the chapters to be considered throughout the book. It argues that prisoner enfranchisement must be examined in a wider social, historical and political framework.

Citizen convicts

Prisoners, politics and the vote


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