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Montgomery expresses his grief and attempts to reconcile himself to the news through his religious beliefs. He also states that 2,000 Federal prisoners who were being kept in Richmond were recently removed to the prison at Belle Isle. Prior to the election of 2000, Jeb Bush the Republican Governor of Florida — and brother of Presidential candidate George Bush — hires a private company long associated with the Republican party to "purge" the Florida voting rolls of "ineligible" voters.

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Publisher: University of South Carolina Press (May 30, 2010)

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