Three Strikes: Ticking Bomb Set by Angry Whites

Since the 1980s, California has built 21 prisons but not opened a single new state university of campus, writes Barry Krisberg of the National Council on Crime and Delinquency in the Los Angeles Times. State spending for corrections exceeds $5 billion, which is greater than state spending for all public four-year colleges. One of the
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