‘Targeted’ Injustice: Why Prosecuting the War on Drugs Needs Serious Reform

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In today’s tense climate, the coercive powers of federal prosecutors have gone largely unaddressed—particularly in the War on Drugs. In a conversation with TCR, California sociologist Mona Lynch, author of a new book on the issue, explains how we got here.
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