Through these two pieces of laws, he institutionalized statelessness and a large section of 'voteless
' citizenry in the Country.
He called on Soviet Ambassador Nikolai Federenko Friday afternoon, November 20, 1964, and after some preliminary discussion, proposed a voteless
The special challenge confronting suffragists was that in each and every nonsuffrage state, voteless
women somehow had to persuade male voters and male lawmakers to do the right thing and share the vote.
Beyond Majority Rule: Voteless
decision making in the Religious Society of Friends.
During the Great Migration (1920-1945), thousands of African-Americans left their positions as sharecroppers and domestics for the opportunity to be free of the "Jim Crow" laws that rendered them voiceless, voteless
and poorly educated.
Nor would it impede the occupation of most of Spain's empire.) Only the most adept propagandists could, and did, explain away millions of new voteless
, dark-skinned subjects under American dominion.
Consumer representatives collected funds from the middle class to protect low income consumers who lacked the skills to protect themselves; environmentalists collected funds to protect politically inactive wolves and eagles; anti-abortionists collected funds to protect the voiceless, voteless
Harding was what "history must some day describe as the connecting link between the voteless
woman of the Victorian period and the new American womanhood whose indomitable spirit symbolized the new woman." 
Like other voteless
groups in our past, Washingtonians have not taken their disenfranchisement lying down.
When Jesse Jackson talks about the "dispossessed and the disenfranchised," he does not refer only to the poor or the voteless
but to people who are radically removed from the nourishing institutions and the enlivening spirit of American society.