The Anti-Supermax Battle Broadens

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Opponents of solitary confinement argue that the U.S. has its own equivalents of Guantánamo and Abu Ghraib Portland, Maine—As new organizations join the battlefield, the nation’s anti-supermax movement is opening up new fronts in its fight to ban or restrict the use of solitary confinement. In the past, reformers have largely depended on federal lawsuits, with
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