How Conservatives Advocate for Sentencing Reform, Cutting Prison Rolls

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Deciding that the nation's prison growth is morally objectionable by their own, conservative standards, many conservative leaders are beginning to attack it—and may succeed where liberals, working the issue on their own, have, so far, failed, political scientists David Dagan and Steven Teles of Johns Hopkins University write in the Washington Monthly. Dagan and Teles
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