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December 1, 2009

"Symposium: Confronting the Costs of Incarceration"

The title of this post is the headliner of the latest issue of the Harvard Law & Policy Review.  Here are the contents (with links) of this very interesting symposium:

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All are left wing extremists running their rent seeking, pro-criminal cons. This is sickening.

No mention of victims.

No mention of bastardy as the strongest factor in causing crime. The same standard, lying propaganda, requiring massive funding of government make work projects. The lawyer destroys the family, and blames inadequate funding for public housing as a cause of crime.

Posted by: Supremacy Claus | Dec 1, 2009 9:05:08 PM

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