Punishment and Inequality in America

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Over the last thirty years, the prison population in the United States has increased more than seven-fold to over two million people, including vastly disproportionate numbers of minorities and people with little education. For some racial and educational groups, incarceration has become a depressingly regular experience, and prison culture and influence pervade their communities. Almost 60 percent of black male high school drop-outs in their early thirties have spent time in prison. In Punishment and Inequality in America ...

Punishment and Inequality in America 2007, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780871548955

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Punishment and Inequality in America 2006, Russell Sage Foundation, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780871548948

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