Criminal Justice Reform Without Borders

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Some 500 people gathered in New Orleans on Nov. 15 2015 for a meeting aimed at exploring what one of its organizers called a “trans-ideological” approach to criminal justice reform.The meeting, called “Advancing Justice: An Agenda for Human Dignity and Public Safety,” was sponsored by the Charles Koch Institute, an educational group created by the billionaire who has been one of the country’s prominent supporters of ultra-conservative causes.

Will Ruger, the Institute’s vice president for . . .

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