Prison Reforms ‘Mistake a Symptom for the Sickness’

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In a Boston Review essay, Cornell University law professor Joseph Margulies says prison reforms “aimed at population-cutting rather principle are dangerously incomplete” and “mistake a symptom for the sickness.” He writes, “The problem is not that we send too many people to prison, though we certainly do. The problem is that we expect prisons, punishment,
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