The Trump administration should try to change the "elite-driven narrative about the criminal-justice system" arguing that "policing is lethally racist," Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute writes in City Journal. Mac Donald is a proponent of the "Ferguson effect," the contention that since the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson in 2014, police are "backing off of proactive policing, and . . .
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