Confounding Critics, Nation’s Prison Population Rises

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Breaking a four-year trend, the nation’s prison population rose again last year, the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics said today. The news disappointed advocates of reducing “mass incarceration” in the U.S., who had expressed hope that after rising relentlessly for three decades, the inmate count had started an equally consistent downward slide. The new data
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