What Does It Mean to End Mass Incarceration, and How Would We Know If We Did?

Criminal Justice Ethics 42 (1):86-98 (2023)
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Katherine Beckett’s new book, Ending Mass Incarceration (EMI), is ambitious and wide-ranging. Beckett tackles one of the most urgent human rights problems of the last fifty years, namely the massiv...



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