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June 6, 2014

More critical analysis of NRC mass incarceration analysis from John Pfaff

As I highlighted in this post late last week, through a series of astute posts at PrawfBlawg, Professor John Pfaff has started to pick apart a number of notable flaws and omissions in the National Research Council's analysis of mass incarceration.  John's first five posts in that series are linked here, and now below I have linked his latest in this important series:

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Back when I was married to a catholic and we went to Mass I was a believer in the notion of Mass Incarceration for God's sake. But, what put me off was the passing of the plate and the length of time spent in the pew. Incarceration en mass is worse than solitary.

Posted by: Liberty1st | Jun 6, 2014 10:52:02 PM

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