The Idea of Prison Abolition (Carl G. Hempel Lecture Series, 10) .

An incisive and sympathetic examination of the case for ending the practice of imprisonment

Despite its omnipresence and long history, imprisonment is a deeply troubling practice. In the United States and elsewhere, prison conditions are inhumane, prisoners are treated without dignity, and sentences are extremely harsh. Mass incarceration and its devastating impact on black communities have been widely condemned as neoslavery or the new Jim Crow. Can the practice of imprisonment be reformed, or does justice require it to be ended altogether? In

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Authors: no autor

Date: 2021

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Format: pdf

Pages: 248



Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 0691229759


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