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The Prison Boom and the Decline of American Citizenship

The US imprisonment rate increased fivefold in the three decades from 1975 to 2005. Growth in the scale of criminal punishment was linked partly to a more punitive politics that repudiated the goal of rehabilitation, & partly to the collapse of economic opportunity for young unskilled men in inner c... Full description

Journal Title: Society (New Brunswick) 2007, Vol.44 (5), p.30-36
Main Author: Western, Bruce
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  • Policy making
  • Punishment
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  • United States of America
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