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Common Book Program: One Person, No Vote

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VCU's Common Book

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Copies in VCU Libraries
Copies of One Person, No Vote: How Voter Suppression Is Destroying Our Democracy will be available early summer from both Cabell Library on the Monroe Park Campus and Tompkins-McCaw Library on the MCV Campus.

Book Review from NPR, Best Books of the Year:
"Carol Anderson's prose is unflinching, and she wastes no time as she marches the reader from the openly racist, clear-cutting suppression tactics of the early 20th century toward the carefully veneered, ruthlessly efficient disenfranchisement campaign of the present. Whether you only think about voting on a single Tuesday in November or you're passionately engaged in the fight for the ballot, you will set this book down with the knowledge that it's all so much worse than you thought."

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Reading Programs

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Since 2006, VCU's Reading Programs have introduced students to the academic and intellectual culture of VCU through a common reading experience. VCU Libraries Resource Guides include links to interviews, articles and items on reserve at VCU Libraries. 

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