Who's Waging the War Against Voting Rights?

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Demonstrators hold posters during a march to ask for a voting representation for the nation's capital in the U.S. House of Representatives April 16, 2007 in Washington, DC.

When the Constitution was ratified, most states imposed property requirements on voters, making then U.S. a democracy primarily for wealthier, white men. After over two centuries of expanding the vote, are some trying to restrict it again? In The Great Suppression: Voting Rights, Corporate Cash, and the Conservative Assault on DemocracyMSNBC reporter Zachary Roth argues that Republicans have rigged the political game and suggests that there is a growing distrust of democracy among some Americans.