Most criticism of prison labor, that it's "a form of slavery, a capitalist horror show ... and even counterproductive in the effort to reform the justice system," is unwarranted, former inmate Chandra Bozelko writes in the Los Angeles Times. Serving six years for identity theft crimes in a Connecticut prison, Bozelko was paid 75 cents to $1.75 a day to make . . .
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