Andrew L. Shapiro is chairman of GreenOrder, a consulting and information services firm he founded in 2000 that helps large enterprises improve sustainability. He is was previously executive director of the Twentieth Century Fund's Working Group on Campaign Finance Litigation and a fellow at Harvard Law School's Center for Internet & Society.
Thirteen states deny the franchise to ex-felons who have already paid their debt to society. These laws are all too reminiscent of the Jim Crow South.Andrew ShapiroNovember-December 1997
Continuing the debate from "Watch What You Wish For: The Perils of Reversing Buckley v. Valeo," by Alan B. MorrisonAndrew ShapiroMarch-April 1998