Punishing Society: Incarceration, Coercive Corruption, and the Liberal Polity

Criminal Justice Ethics 33 (3):200-219 (2014)
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Criminal justice in the United States is beset with several serious problems and challenges. While the issues are not entirely unique to the U.S. and can be found to some extent in other liberal de...



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