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    American roots to mass incarceration explained

    Nobel prize winner, advocating for justice reform for sentencing. Good document to help explain racial divide on police forces of 70 y ago... the rise of the black middle class, societal attitudes around the PCP and crack era... calls for limited judgment for judges in sentencing. The short and long term consequences of seemingly minor arrests... well written and referenced. Asks the reader to sympathize with non violent offenders, and ends asking us to consider the non violent offender, too. Happy I picked this for my annual book challenge.
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    Very informative

    Very informative and I recommend reading to educate yourself.

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