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  • a  deprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote

  • Almost incredible to these voteless tax payers was the very first amendment made in the bill last week by the House.
  • When thousands of voteless, propertyless workers the length and breadth of England met in their reading groups in the 1820s to discuss republican ideas and discover the .
  • Into the $500,000,000 bill for direct relief to States, reported out by the Manufactures Committee, was tucked a $15,000,000 item for "transients"the voteless, ever-shifting .

  • Jerome Corsi in WorldNetDaily
    The European Union, which now holds millions of voiceless, voteless Europeans in thrall to a heedless Brussels bureaucracy, was put into place little by little over a 50-year period,Corsi writes, "not by the citizens of the member states,...
  • Marian Wright Edelman in USA Today
    Children are a voiceless, voteless constituency,said Marian Wright Edelman, president of the Children's Defense Fund. "They don't lobby, and they don't make campaign contributions."
  • Martin Luther King in Atlanta Journal Constitution
    My dad used to say a voteless people is a powerless people,King said. "We didn't come here to tell someone who to vote for. But we know who is going to represent the people of America."

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