Arthur Longworth

Behind Bars, Raging Against the System Can Be Therapeutic

Correctional institutions now offer a wide range of rehabilitative programs like Yoga classes to help inmates endure their time. But finding ways to channel quiet anger as prizewinning prison writer Arthur Longworth has done, may be the best survival mechanism, writes a Washington State inmate.

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Probation and Parole Called a ‘Monstrous Drain’ on State Resources

Today’s community supervision systems damage the lives of the formerly incarcerated and are a poor use of taxpayers’ dollars, say two policy researchers. A bill currently being considered by the Pennsylvania legislature is a promising effort to change course.