“CeaseFire” Helps Chicago’s Homicide Decline

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They went around the table rattling off past crimes like addicts dutifully repenting at a weekly meeting. Gangbanging. Gun toting. Drug dealing. The Chicago Tribune says that such admissions were necessary. As the newest recruits in an anti-violence initiative called CeaseFire, these men and women had to buy into the program’s basic concept: Violence, like
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