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20 February 2004

A Punishing Way To Start Anew

This article at washingtonpost.com, which I picked up from Avedon Carol's post "Every sentence is a life sentence", details the huge burden of post-prison sanctions that prevent non-violent offenders from re-integrating into society and getting away from their criminal associations. A classic example of knee-jerk bad policy-making.

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