“Antisocial Behavior Orders” Increase In Britain

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The British government is imposing “antisocial behavior orders” for minor but annoying offenses. The New York Times reports that since 1999, about 1,600 Britons have received orders as part of an aggressive effort to police behavior formerly under the purview of families or neighborhoods, like truancy, vandalism, and drunken brawling. Authorities also can fine or
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