The Sentencing Project recently published Felony Disenfranchisement: An Annotated Bibliography (March 2012). The document covers the past twenty years of disenfranchisement studies and analysis which, it is noted "examine disenfranchisement from a variety of perspectives – law, social science, history, and journalism [and] provide new estimates of the statistical impact of disenfranchisement, assess legal and moral perspectives on the policy, and place the issue in a comparative international context." Links are provided to a number of the articles cited in the online version. The information for the bibliography was compiled by Benjamin Bronstein, Jerome Pierce, and Achilles Sangster II. Marc Mauer, Executive Director of The Sentencing Project, was the editor.