Monday, December 29, 2014

Unprecedented Incarceration In The U.S. Is A Major Economic Problem

"The Caging Of America: American Prisons Routinely Used To Incarcerate The Mentally Ill. 500,000 Behind Bars"

Incarceration is an economic problem. "Crime itself has a terrible human cost and a serious economic cost. But appropriate punishment for those who are a risk to public safety shouldn't obscure the vast deficiencies in the criminal-justice system that impose a significant drag on the economy." The Wall Street Journal.

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